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August 31, 2016

PHS chiller failure to cost thousands By Laura McFarland News Editor

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OWHATAN – No matter which way they look at it, Powhatan County Public School officials are facing spending thousands of dollars in emergency funds after it was discovered a key chiller at Powhatan High School was breaking down two weeks before the start of the 20162017 school year. Dr. Eric Jones, superintendent, and Russell Wilson, director of facilities, informed the Powhatan County PHOTO PROVIDED BY RUSSELL WILSON School Board at its meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 23 that Malfunctioning circuits in a chiller at Powhatan the massive 370-ton chiller that cools the school’s High School will cost the county thousands of common areas has had two of its four circuits go out dollars.

as a result of damage caused by a leak. Officials have been faced with the question of trying to repair the chiller or replace it altogether, a decision that could represent an estimated $180,000 difference in cost, Jones said. However, with either choice likely taking at least eight weeks to have a solution and the start of school only a week away, school administration has already had to make the decision to bring in a rental chiller at an expense of about $23,000 a month. “I think what we would do is move forward with a rental and then that will give us more time to look at the repair option and see whether it is feasible and whether it is a good investment or not before we move see CHILLER page 3A

Adcock receives presidential award Republican state committee By Laura McFarland

The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) News Editor are the highest recognition that a kinOWHATAN – As waitdergarten through 12th grade matheing periods go, two years matics or science teacher may receive was a pretty long time, for outstanding teaching in the United but it was all worth it States. The program rotates between when Powhatan County teacher recognizing teachers for grades kinBarbara Adcock received news dergarten through sixth one year and this month that she had been choseventh through 12th the next, and up sen as a recipient of the Presidento 108 teachers are honored annually. tial Award for Excellence in Rather than being notified in spring Mathematics and Science Teach2015, when she was originally told the ing. winners would be announced, both the Adcock, a STEM (Science, 2014 and 2015 national recipients BARBARA ADCOCK Technology, Engineering and were revealed on the same day this Mathematics) Coach at Pocahontas Elementary year, Adcock said. She was one of 213 mathematSchool, was one of three science teachers named ics and science teachers from all 50 states, the DisVirginia state finalists in July 2014 in the presiden- trict of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Territories, tial awards, which recognize educators who de- and the Department of Defense Education Activity velop and implement high-quality instructional schools to be chosen to represent their state or loprograms that improve student learning, she said. see ADCOCK page 2A

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Nonprofit aims to buy, preserve Belmead By Laura McFarland POWHATAN – The men and women behind Belmead on the James, a new nonprofit organization formed to help preserve the historic Belmead property in Powhatan

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POWHATAN – The Republican Party of Virginia’s state central committee voted this weekend to overturn a district committee’s decision about the mass meeting held in April by the Powhatan Republican Committee, leading to the reinstatement of Jean Gannon as the local group’s chairwoman. On Saturday, Aug. 28, the state central committee, which is the state party’s top governing body, voted 45-34 in favor of overturning the 7th Congressional District Republican Committee’s July 16 ruling, which had invalidated the results of the local mass meeting. The district committee’s decision had resulted in the Pow-

hatan Republican Committee (PRC) reverting back to the leadership that was in place before the April 5 mass meeting, which meant Pat McSweeney, who was chairman, and three other officers were placed back in charge of the Powhatan group. The state central committee’s decision means that the April 5 mass meeting election results that saw Gannon winning the chairmanship 131 votes to McSweeney’s 99 votes are once again valid, and she and three other officers elected at or following the mass meeting meeting are back in charge. Gannon, who had appealed the district committee’s decision to the state central commitsee APPEAL page 2A

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Belmead on the James Inc. has formed with the goal of buying and preserving the history and legacy of the historic Belmead property.

County and its legacy, are aware they probably have an uphill battle ahead of them. The group was created to preserve as much of the 2,265 acres of land owned by the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament as possible to protect its cultural, historical, spiritual, ecological, and educational legacy, said Demetrius Venable, a professor at Howard University who was elected president of the board. The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament announced on May 3 that the order intends to sell the property, then known as FrancisEmma Inc., and use

funds from the sale for caring for the order’s retired sisters and exploring new ministry and mission opportunities. The ultimate goal would be for Belmead on the James Inc. to gather the funds or resources to purchase some or all of the property, but given the challenge in raising enough money for that purpose, that is not the only course of action the nonprofit will pursue, Venable said. “We would like to see the land stay intact, all 2,200 acres, as a single unit, but we recognize that is a real challenge,” he see BELMEAD page 10A

ith the Powhatan County Public Schools’ 20162017 year set to start on Tuesday, Sept. 6, the district’s five schools are gearing up to welcome students. The six principals at the helm of the three elementary, one middle, and one high schools took time out of their busy back to school preparations to offer some insights into the coming year.

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Busy Labor Day for Village area By Laura McFarland News Editor

POWHATAN – The Powhatan Village area will be hopping for Labor Day with the combination of the fifth annual Powhatan Labor Day Parade along with a school supply giveaway at PCC’s Fighting Fall Carnival. The Powhatan Lions Club will once again host the parade, which starts at 11 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 5, with participants starting to line up at 9:30 a.m. at Fighting Creek Park. Booths will also once again be set up from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Courthouse Green with a mix of commercial and nonprofit vendors. Also following the parade, PCC will hold its Fighting Fall Carnival from noon to 4 p.m. near the shelters and kitchen area of the Powhatan County Rescue Squad field at 3920 Marion Harland Lane. All events are free and open to the public. This year’s parade will feature at least 34 entries, including fire and rescue vehicles, political candidates, the Powhatan High School Marching Band and Color Guard, three different motorcycle groups, local dance groups, a few car clubs and Southside Shriner’s Mini vehicle assortment. It will also feature the new ladder truck that will operate out of Company 1 and the unveiling of the 2016 Powhatan Christ-

mas Mother. “This is an opportunity for people and organizations to showcase themselves in front of thousands of fellow neighbors. The parade is enjoyed by young and old, especially the children. They love the excitement and of course the candy that is given away each year by the participants,” Minter said. The Labor Day parade, which have been a tradition for close to 40 years, the last five with the Lions Club,

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The Labor Day parade hosted by The Powhatan Lions Club will begin at 11 a.m. on Sept. 5.

signals the end of summer and the beginning of a new school year, which with Powhatan County Public Schools begins on Sept. 6, Minter said. After the parade, people can go to the Courthouse Green and shop for items created by local craftsmen, visit educational and church booths, get something to eat from the food vendors, and give blood to help save a life. Virginia Blood Services will once again hold a blood drive at the event from 10 a.

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tee, was thrilled that it ruled in her favor but said it was more of a win for Powhatan County republicans. “If we hadn’t won the appeal it would have set a precedent throughout the state that any mass meeting could be questioned like this,” she said. “In effect, the decision of the 7th District basically meant that everybody who came out to the meeting, their vote didn’t count. The result of that type of action is it really discourages people.” When contacted following the appeal, McSweeney did not address the specifics of his case. Instead, he said in a statement on Monday, Aug. 29 that the “Republican Establishment” recently took control of the state party’s governing body, and the reversal of the invalidation of April’s Powhatan Republican Committee mass meeting is “a reflection of the establishment’s support for excessive spending and higher taxes.” He described the “establishment” as those who reflexively support any and all incumbents unless one criticizes the caucus position and attempts to stand up for republican principles;

for nonprofits and $25 for for-profit groups. New this year, PCC’s Fighting Fall Carnival is a way for the church to thank the community for its community support, said Bryan Pope, campus pastor at the Powhatan campus. The event will include food, bounce houses, a prize wheel, and drawings, as well as a bag of school supplies for every child. “This event is a great opportunity for the children and families of our commu-

refuses to exercise or support fiscal discipline; is too cozy with powerful special interests and their lobbyists; denigrates movements such as the “Tea Party, the Term Limit movement and others that attempt to curb the power of incumbents”; refuses to support a repeal of the Incumbent Protection Law that takes away from the party the right to select the nomination method and the Open Primary Law that allows Democrats to vote in GOP primaries, and argues that adherence to the principles in the Virginia Republican Creed amounts to an embrace of a far right ideology. “The factional fight within the party at every level is over whether it will honor the Virginia Republican Creed, which provides that ‘fiscal responsibility and budgetary restraint must be exercised at all levels of government,’ ” he said. “The Republican-controlled General Assembly refuses to control spending at the state level, which contributed to the current $1.5 billion budget shortfall. “The Powhatan faction that prevailed on its appeal of the district committee’s invalidation of the mass meeting at last Saturday’s meeting supports the county’s five-cent real estate tax increase, the huge increase in county debt and excessive county spending. The taxpayers have a stake

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m. to 2 p.m. People are asked to donate if they can because summer months always see a shortage of blood with schools closed and families on vacation, limiting the number of blood drives and decreasing donations. The Lions Club will continue to accept entries to the parade and booths on the Courthouse Green until noon on Friday, Sept. 2. The entry fee for the parade is $20, while the cost for a booth on the Courthouse Green is $20

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nity to enjoy the last day of summer break together. We want to say thank you to our neighbors in a big way,” he said. Pope said the church fully supports the Lion’s Club event, but due to the limited space on the Courthouse lawn for bounce houses, PCC partnered with the Rescue Squad for the location to keep it in the Village area. The church is also participating in the parade. Pope said the goal is to have enough bags with school supplies for each child that comes, with organizers planning for over 200 children but already having 250 bags made. The bags are being donated by the church and the church community with two business also making small donations as part of the community. “However, we are still receiving donations. This will be first come, first serve, and the bags are geared towards elementary to middle school students,” he said. Additional entry forms for the parade can be obtained at New Horizon Bank, 2501 Anderson Highway. Powhatan Lions Foundation is a 501C3 charitable organization and all donations are tax deductible. For more information about the parade or Courthouse lawn event, contact 804-357-0853 or 804-5987952. Laura McFarland may be reached at Lmcfarland@ powhatantoday.com.

in this factional fight.”

District committee decision On July 16, the 7th Congressional District Republican Committee had voted 11 to 4 in favor of McSweeney’s appeal of the mass meeting with three abstentions. Following the district meeting, Ben Slone, district chairman, said that at the core of the appeal was questioning whether the credentials committee, which verified voting members at the mass meeting, had functioned properly, especially in regard to giving due weight to challenges brought against some of the voting members. The results of the district committee hearing meant that the local committee reverted to the leadership that was in place before the April 5 meeting, so McSweeney and three other officers were immediately placed back in charge of the Powhatan group. With the state central committee’s decision, the reverse is now true. The committee’s decision immediately reinstated Gannon as chairwoman, as well as John Kochensparger as vice chair, Diane Foster as secretary, and Jason Davis as treasurer.

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cality. “It is a very humbling thing. I am amazed. I am really grateful to be able to get this experience,” she said. “What they have told me is that it changes your life. Nobody has elaborated on how.” The educators will receive their awards at a ceremony in Washington, D. C. on Thursday, Sept. 8. Adcock was also a state finalist in 2012, but this is her first time named as the state winner for the science category. The winner chosen to represent Virginia in the award for math is an elementary school teacher in Penn Laird. Adcock started as a fifth grade teacher in Petersburg

O B I T UA R I E S PETER HITT Peter Harrison Hitt, 3 months old, of Powhatan, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, August 23, 2016. He is survived by his parents, Corey and Melinda Hitt; siblings, Thomas Gullotti, Olivia Gullotti and his twin sister, Ava Hitt; grandparents, George Hitt and Beverly (James) Roach and Gene (Jeri) Spurlock; great-grandmother, Margaret Swinson; aunt, Regena (MatHITT thew) Barthelemy; uncles, Gene (Annie) Spurlock Jr. and George (Loraine) W. Hitt; and great-aunt, Gwen Hitt. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Margaret A. Spurlock; great-grandparents, Kenneth (Ruby) S. Hitt and Eldridge Swinson. The family received friends at noon to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27 at Heritage Baptist Church. His funeral service was at 1 p.m. at the church. Interment followed at Powhatan Community Cemetery. The family asks that consideration be given for donations to Heritage Baptist Church, Building Fund, 7777 Cogbill Rd., N. Chesterfield, Va. 23832 or Lunenburg-Give Kids A Smile, 3829 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, VA 23139.

LUCY SHIRES Lucy Lee Worsham Easter Shires, of Richmond, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, August 23, 2016. She is survived by her loving husband, Robert Shires, of 27 years; daughter, Deborah Leigh Easter; sons, Wiley Haynes Easter and Robert Easter; sister, Marie Bowen; brother, Earl Worsham; grandchildren, Briana Ruth Kirby and Tara Skye SHIRES Easter; as well as a host of other family members and friends. Lucy was born and grew up in Powhatan. She married Lewis Haynes Easter, who predeceased her in 1988. She was a member of Branches Baptist Church for 56 years. She was a member of Manchester Chapter #53 Order of the Eastern Star for over 50 years and a past Grand Ada. Mrs. Shires was also an avid gardener and member of the Oxford Garden Club. She loved and celebrated life. She will be missed dearly. A gathering of family and friends was held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, August 25, and 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, August 26, with an Order of the Eastern Star service held at 7 p.m. Friday at Bliley’s-Chippenham, 6900 Hull St Road, and where funeral services were held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, August 27. Interment followed in Dale Memorial, where Lucy was laid to rest next to her first husband, Lewis Haynes Easter. In lieu of flower memorial, contributions may be made to Branches Baptist Church or the Oxford Garden Club.

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see APPEAL page 10A for a few months, but, otherwise, her entire career has been in Powhatan County. At the time Adcock was nominated for the award, she was a STEM Academy teacher at Pocahontas, but she is now entering her second year as a STEM Coach. Since she began working for Powhatan County Public Schools in August 1988, Adcock was a kindergarten teacher for about six years, switched to being a multiage teacher in 1994, worked as a STEM Academy teacher from 2009 to 2015, and was lead science teacher at Pocahontas Elementary from 2008 to 2015, when she became a STEM coach. As a STEM coach, Adcock said she works with elementary teachers to help them integrate engineering and technology into their

curriculum so their teaching has a more hands-on, meaningful approach. Every time students can apply what they learn, it makes it more memorable to them, she added. “There are highs and lows to every job you have. I miss having my own classroom and the closer relationships with the kids. I am still able to have relationships with the kids but it is not the same,” she said. “On the flip side, I get to do things that impact more children. I really believe in this approach to teaching, so I feel like what I am doing really makes a difference. “I was ready to do that. I had been in the classroom 28 years, so I felt like I had something to offer.” Dr. Eric L. Jones, superintendent, said Adcock is

deserving of the presidential award, having spent her entire career developing innovative programs and providing high quality science instruction for her students. He said that Adcock has shared her knowledge and expertise with countless teachers in Powhatan and across Virginia. “As an early adopter of STEM education, Mrs. Adcock has embraced her new role as a STEM Coach, installing a ‘STEM State of Mind’ in all K-8 Powhatan County classrooms,” he said. “I could not be more thrilled and proud that Barbara Adcock has received this esteemed honor.” Tom Sulzer, principal at Pocahontas Elementary, said Adcock’s fellow staff see ADCOCK page 6A


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Powhatan teen still missing Staff report POWHATAN – The Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to ask for the public’s help in locating a 17-year-old Powhatan County girl who went missing earlier this much. Candice Gomness was reported missing on Friday, Aug. 5 but is believed to have been missing since Thursday, Aug. 4, according to Anne Reynolds, crime analyst. Gomness is described as a white female who is 5’8” and 135 pounds with multiple scaring on both arms. At the time of her departure, she had shoulder length brown hair.

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forward with buying a new chiller,” Jones said after the board meeting. Jones said the item before the board wasn’t something they needed to vote on, but he wanted to keep them informed and get their opinion. “It is an emergency expense, but we did want to make sure the board was aware and see if there were any comments, concerns or suggestions that we could move forward with,” he said. Daikin Applied in Richmond is the company the school district is working with on the chiller rental, and it will also handle either the repair of the old chiller or replacing it, Wilson said. Having this particular chiller functioning is critical to school life as it is responsible for cooling the auditorium, commons area, and gymnasiums, Wilson

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traveling with, Reynolds said. Gomness is considered endangered as she takes multiple medications that are not in her possession. Anyone who has any information as to her whereabouts is asked to contact Detective Austin Schwartz at 804-396-1442, 1st Sgt. Michael Wentworth at 804393-1424, Powhatan Crime Solvers at 804-403-4357 or Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office at 804598-5656.

It is believed that she left the residence on her own free will and it is unknown who she may be

Laura McFarland may be reached at Lmcfarland@powhatantoday.com.

said. With orientation sessions this week and the first day of school on Tuesday, Sept. 6, those spaces soon will be full of large groups of people.

Weighing the options The school district received an unofficial estimate from Daikin Applied for $77,500 to replace a part in the chiller that has sprung a leak and begun to cause damage inside of it, including causing two circuits to stop functioning, Jones said. For the same company to replace the chiller would be about $257,000, and with that route, Daikin has said it would give the school district a 25 percent discount on the cost of renting the temporary chiller, Jones said. While the cost savings of repair over replacement is an obvious consideration, Wilson pointed out that the chiller, which is now about 14 years old, is usually expected to have an average

life span of 15 to 20 years. Additionally, the old chiller operates at a higher cost than newer chillers because the freon it uses is much higher in price per can. The administration has not made a decision on a new chiller or replacement because it is still gathering information, Jones said. One key element is if the factory can even fabricate and recreate the needed part, which they wouldn’t know until this week after press time.

The plan is to bring the issue back to the school board for a decision at its first meeting in September, Jones said. Along with the decision on repairing versus replacing the chiller is the consideration of how to fund the options. The school district has funds in its operating budget that could be used to pay for the rental unit for the next few months, but with a more permanent sosee CHILLER page 8A

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS Wednesday, Aug. 31 The Monacan Soil and Water Conservation District is accepting applications for the Virginia Agricultural Cost Share Program (VACS). Conservation practices such as cover crops, nutrient management, permanent grass seeding of cropland, continuous no-till and more may qualify. The first round of applications will be accepted through Aug. 31. Powhatan County Public Library’s family storytime is held at 10:30 a.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday. Library hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. The library is closed on Sundays and county holidays. For more information, call 804598-5670. Powhatan Domestic Violence Services and Goochland Family Services hold a sup-

port group for survivors of domestic violence from Powhatan and Goochland counties and surrounding areas every Wednesday. The group meets in the evening with childcare provided. All women are welcome. For more information or location, contact Powhatan Domestic Violence Services at 804-5985630 or go to the organization’s Facebook page and send a private message.

Thursday, Sept. 1 The Powhatan Farmers Market will operate from 4 to 7 pm. every Thursday in front of Tractor Supply, 2470 Anderson Highway, until Oct. 27. Local producers and artisans will be offering vegetables, berries, meats/meat products, eggs, cheese, honey, ginger, soaps, wines, baked goods, jewelry, pottery, photography, kettle corn, Thai foods and more.

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The farmers market is a producer-only market, meaning vendors sell only produce they’ve grown or art/crafts they have made. The first Thursday of each month will feature the Kids Market and Children’s Corner. For more information, visit www.powhatanfarmersmarket.com. The Powhatan Food Pantry is open from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Tuesdays at 2500 Batterson Road. Contact the pantry at 804-372-9526 or powhatanvafoodpantry@ gmail.com.

toys, small electronics, games and more. Look for The Clothes Closet of Powhatan on Facebook.

Powhatan AA meets from 7 to 9 p.m. every Thursday in the Powhatan Village Building.

Powhatan Supporting the Alliance and Respecting Survivors (STARS) meets at 6 p.m. at The County Restaurant in the back room. The group is for survivors, caregivers and family members to listen and support each other. For more information, contact Sue Bird at 804-212-8651 or Patty Hicks at 804-375-3499. The group does not meet in June.

The Powhatan Rotary Club meets at 7:30 a.m. every Thursday at the County Seat Restaurant.

The Powhatan County Fair association meeting will be held at 7 p.m at the Powhatan Fairgrounds located at 4042 Anderson Highway, Powhatan, Virginia 23139. For more information, visit www. powhatanfair.org.

The Woman’s Club of Powhatan’s Clothes Closet is open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Thursday, Monday and Tuesday and from 11 a.m. to 2 p. m. every Saturday at 3908 Old Buckingham Road at the back end of the social services building. Donations accepted anytime but preferably during regular hours. Shoppers can fill a paper grocery bag full of stuff for $3. The second hand store sells clothes, shoes, books, movies, CDs, housewares, linens,

A community prayer meeting is held at 7 p.m. at the War Memorial Cultural Arts and Community Center, 2375 Skaggs Road. The group prays for world, national and local issues. It is open to the public.

Awaken to Hope Al-Anon meets at 7:30 p.m. every Thursday at St. John Neumann Catholic Church.

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Sparky has been at our shelter over 4 months, and he would really like to find a home to call his own. Sparky was adopted, but unfortunately he was returned because Sparky did not like his cat. However, Sparky did great with his other dog, and they ate side by side. Sparky is up to date on his shots and is also neutered. Please consider giving him a home and a family to call his own. Please call 804-598-5656 to set up an appointment for a meet and greet.

Powhatan Cruizer’s car club, which is open to any vehicle or motorcycle owner, meets at 6 p.m. at the Powhatan County Fairgrounds. Meetings are open to anyone. For more information, contact Charlie Williams at 804-8980876. Gospel singing takes place at 7 p.m. at Shiloh Pentecostal Holiness. Church at 3400 Courthouse Road, Richmond. Come sing along and enjoy the music and Christian fellowship and food. For more information, call 804-2760479 or 804-837-4205.

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The Powhatan Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department Junior Emergency Technician (JET) program will host a Tractor Pull as a fundraiser at 4 p.m. at 2455 Academy Road. Gates open at 2 p.m. Admission is free but a $5 donation is suggested. The funds raised are used to purchase safety equipment and uniforms for the participants. Visit www.facebook.com/ Powhatan JET. Powhatan AA meets at 8 p.m. every Saturday at Manakin Episcopal Church on Huguenot Trail. A pet food drive takes place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday at Tractor Supply Co., 2470 Anderson Highway, Suite G, Powhatan. Pet food donations are taken to Powhatan Animal Control and animal shelters in surrounding counties. Contact Mary Ellen Boyd at 804-598-5075.

Sunday, Sept. 4 The Pastor and members of Greenbrier Baptist Church, 4731 Bell Road, are inviting the community to their Family Friends Fellowship Service at 11 a.m. They invited people to join them as they praise and worship God and then hold a cookout following service. A swimming pool will be available at users own risk with your own adult supervision required. No lifeguard will be present. Free to all. St. James Baptist Church, Lee’s Landing Road, will hold its Homecoming celebration at 11 a.m. with Pastor Stanley Ward, associate pastor, delivering the morning message.

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The Powhatan Garden Club will have its first 2016-2017 meeting at St. John Neumann Church, 2480 Batterson Road, starting at 7 p.m. for refreshments and at 7:30 p.m. for the meeting and program. The presenter is Kathy Ward, who will speak about “How to Think Like a Judge.� She will give insight into what makes a blue ribbon horticulture specimen and how to view a floral design as the judge does. Ward has a lifelong love of plants and nature in all forms and has been an accredited NGC Flower Show Judge since 2015. She is a current member of the Piedmont District Flower Show Judges Council, the Virginia Flower Show Judges Council and the Richmond Designers Guild.

door prizes and a 50/50 raffle. Contact Stephen Atkinson at 804-241-9683 or visit the War Eagles’ Facebok page or website, www.wareaglesvmc.com.

War Eagles Veterans Motorcycle Club will present the “Horses for heroes Ride� to benefit Lonesome Dove Equestrian Center. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the ride leaves at 11 a.m. from 12575 West Creek Parkway at West Creek Athletic Complex. The cost is $20 per person, which includes an event with lunch, live music, vendors,

The Huguenot Ruritan Club meets at 7 p.m. at Italian Delight Restaurant. For more information, contact Tom Grasty at 804-598-0777. AA meets at 7:30 p.m. every Monday in the gathering room at May Memorial

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CHURCH DIRECTORY St. Luke’s Episcopal Church SUNDAYS 8 AM Holy Eucharist

The Bridge The Church of Genito Jesus Christ of Presbyterian Church of Hope� Latter-day Saints Church “Building a Bridge Isaiah 58:12 1957 Capeway Rd., Powhatan, VA

10 AM Family Service of Holy Eucharist with children’s sermon

2910 Genito Rd. Powhatan, VA

Guests Welcome

Worship with us this Sunday Rev. Fletcher Huchenson Church service @ 9:45 AM Sunday school @ 10:45 AM

Route 711 at Three Bridge Rd. • 794-6953 Visit us at www.stlukespowhatan.org

EVERGREEN COMMUNITY CHURCH (PCA) Proclaiming & Practicing the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Worship service at 9:30 AM Meeting at Flat Rock Elementary School www.EvergreenPowhatan.com

598-8844 Rev. Leonard Liu, Pastor

598-2086

Manakin Episcopal Church Sunday Services 8:00 a.m. & 10:00 a.m. 985 Huguenot Trail

804-403-3963 Sundays: Morning Worship 10:00 AM Stephen Shelton, Bishop Wednesday: Sacrament Service – 9:00 am Family Life Night 7:00 PM Gospel Doctrine – 10:20 am 2480 Academy Road Priesthood/Relief Society – 11:10 am 598-7159 Located off Route 60 at Lower Hill Rd. Pastor: Johnathan M. Whichard

Providence Presbyterian Church

3931 Old Buckingham Road Powhatan, VA 23139 804-403-3100 Sunday Service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m.

(1 mile west of Rt. 288)

598-4970

794-6401 www.manakin.org

Located 1950 Ridge Road (Rt. 627) 2/10th of a mile north of Rt. 13

Visit us at new-harvest.net

Pastor Linda Lowe

Hearts and Beyond Our Doors

Meeting Sundays in Powhatan, Midlothian, Fork Union & Online. Visit pccwired.net for services times & locations. 598-1174 pccwired.net

Worship: 8:30 Just off Rt. 13 in8:30 the Village Worship: & 11 a.m.& 11 a.m. Sunday School: 598-4438 Sunday School: 9:45 9:45 a.m.a.m. 2253 Rosson Rd.

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www.EmmausChristianChurch.org Located on Route 13 (Old Buckingham Road)

Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Worship Service 11:00 am Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 am Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m.

Powhatan United Methodist Church “A church where you don’t have to leave your mind at the door!�

Powhatan Christian Fellowship

2020 Red Lane Road Powhatan, VA 23139

Pastor, Larry B. Collins Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Office 804-598-2398

3308 Pleasants Road, 1/4 mile off of Route 711 Russ Cress, Pastor 598-0733

St. John Neumann Catholic Church Rev. Walter G. Lewis, Pastor Saturday - 5 p.m. Sunday - 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. 598-3754 www.sjnpowhatan.org Located behind Flat Rock Village Shopping Center

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The Southern Belle Rocks Foundation held its third annual Tea Party on Aug. 20. In addition to the tea and a dress-up time, the girls attended workshops on subjects such as their physical and emotional health, valuing themselves, etiquette, and bullies.

TEA TIME

Southern Belle Rocks Foundation encourages young girls with special day By Laura McFarland News Editor

POWHATAN – The Southern Belle Rocks Foundation has once again showed a mix of playfulness, propriety and positivity can go hand in hand to help encourage young girls in the community. The organization, whose main purpose is uplifting girls ranging from children to teenagers, held its third annual Tea Party on Saturday, Aug. 20, at Belmead on the James, where the event also was held the previous two years. Set against the backdrop of the elegant 19th century former plantation, organizers put together workshops, play opportunities and a tea party to encourage and uplift the 16 girls from Powhatan County and other localities who attended. Each portion of the event focused on different topics, including emotional and physical health, bullying, etiquette, and knowing the power of having positive influences in their lives. But in the end, they all came back to the purpose of empowering the girls and helping them see how special they are, said Pamela Cousins, founder and CFO of Southern Belle

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Tuesday, Sept. 6 Lonesome Dove Equestrian Center needs volunteers to

SECOND ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH 1059 Dorset Road Powhatan, VA 23139 Reverend Mark A. Divens, Sr. Pastor

Praise and Worship Service Sunday School 9:45-10:45 Sunday Morning Worship will begin at 11:00 a.m.

Rocks, said. “Some of the girls in the community really don’t have their own identity. They do what they see on TV. We want them to have their own minds so they are able to go out and pursue their goals,” said Cousins of Powhatan. “We want them to know they have talents and skills they may not even know they have. We want to help them find that.” Lisa Thompson, associate minister at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, talked to the girls about the influences they let have an effect on their lives and how they should embrace the positive ones. She told each girl that she is a beautiful gift that should be loved and cherished. Darlene Bland with Mt. Pero Baptist Church talked to the girls about bullies, both from the perspectives of being bullied and bullying others. She talked about her own experience being bullied and how she had to work up the courage to tell an adult because she was so scared it would only get worse if she did. “Bullying is extremely dangerous,

help with sessions with veterans. Helpers are needed starting at 9 a.m. on Sept. 6, 14 and 20. To volunteer, call 804-318-6485. Visit www.ldequestrian.com. The Chrysalis Writers Group will meet at 5 p.m. in the small meeting room of the Powhatan County Library.

and if we don’t find an adult we trust that we can tell, it will escalate until someone gets hurt,” she told the girls. She also urged the girls to daily speak positivity into their lives. “When you are brushing your teeth, look in the mirror and tell yourself how beautiful and how intelligent you are,” Bland said. The setting at Belmead has been perfect for the event because the elegance adds to the special feeling the women who organized the tea party wanted the girls to have, Cousins said. “When the girls come up, Belmead is like a castle where a princess would live. It is great,” she said. Eight of the girls had participated in one or both of the previous events and wanted to come back for the third year, Cousins said. Jayla Tyler, 12, of Chesterfield said for her third time attending the event, it was interesting when the nurses who talked about good health and feelings, told the girls about their jobs. She also really liked making a bracelet and play-

For more information, call 804-598-1795.

Tuesday at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Huguenot Trail.

The Powhatan Moose Lodge will host Bingo with doors opening at 6 p.m. and games starting at 7 p.m. every Tuesday. For more information, call 804-598-2809.

Ongoing These practices help improve soil and water quality. Monacan serves the landowners of Powhatan and Goochland counties. Call Keith or Betty

AA meets at 8 p.m. every

Faith

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Christian Fellowship 2901 Jude’s Ferry Rd. Powhatan, Va

Worship - 10:30 am Bible Study Wednesday 7 pm

Bill Sisson, Pastor 794-5864

Office: 804-598-2667 Worship Service, Each Sunday, 11:00 a.m. Sunday School, Each Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Prayer and Bible Study, Each Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Reverend Lawrence A. Wilson, Sr., Pastor 804-379-3539 5680 Cartersville Road Powhatan, Virginia 23139

Expect great things from God; Attempt great things for God!

(Independent Bible Believing)

Pastor Gregory L. Beechaum Sr. “The church where Jesus is Alive”

www.HollyHillsBaptist.org

Randy Blackwell, Pastor Pastor Shawn Dandridge, Sr. 9:00 a.m. ---- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ---- Prayer & Praise Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.--- Sunday Morning Worship Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. Bible Study Every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Sunday Youth Ministry - 6:00 p.m. Hour of Power Wednesday Prayer - 7:30 p.m.

379-8930 1659 Anderson Highway 3½ miles east of Flat Rock

7:30 p.m. ---- Tuesday Night Worship & Bible Study

804-375-9404

Hollywood Baptist Church “A Church Where Love Never Fails!” Pastor Otis B. Lockhart, Jr.

598-2763 Sunday School at 9:30 am Morning Service at 11:00 am Bible Study Every Wednesday Night at 6:30 pm 3964 Old Buckingham Road

Muddy Creek BAPTIST CHURCH Baptist Church

FIRST ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH

2591 Ridge Road Powhatan, Virginia 23139 804-598-2051

3920 MAIDENS RD., POWHATAN Pastor Vera Rhyne

MOUNT ZION

11 a.m. – Worship Service 9 a.m. – Church School Wednesday Bible Study 10 a.m. & 7 p.m.

Backpacks of Love, a nonprofit committed to eliminating hunger in school-age children by providing nourishing food for their weekend, needs help. Constant need for donated individualsized food items and adults or students to double bag

St. James Baptist Church

Holly Hills Baptist Church

Rev. Bryan Stevens, Pastor

at 804-556-4936.

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GREENBRIER BAPTIST CHURCH

4731 Bell Road, Powhatan, VA 23139 804-598-5491

ing with makeup with the other girls. “It is great that they have this so people can learn and have fun,” she said. Terriah Crayton, 11, of Powhatan also has come to the tea party for the last three years, saying even though Cousins is her aunt, it is her choice to keep attending. She likes that the girls get a chance to learn about new things, dress up and have a great meal at the end. “People who don’t know a lot of stuff can come here and learn a lot in a short amount of time, and they get to have fun,” she said. At the end of the event, Terriah said she felt happier and that she was walking away knowing more than when she arrived several hours earlier. Naveah Ferguson, 12, of Powhatan attended for the first time after she heard about it from one of the organizers at church. She said she wanted to attend a proper and fancy event. “I liked how you got hot tea and you had to ask permission to get food and use proper manners,” she said. “It made me feel like I reviewed myself in etiquette so I can use etiquette every day.” Laura McFarland may be reached at Lmcfarland@powhatantoday.com.

Sunday School - 9:45 am Worship - 11 am Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Service - 7:00 pm

804-598-2301

3470 Trenholm Road www.muddycreekbaptist.org

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Service 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Mid Day Bible Study 11:30 a.m.

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Evening Bible Study 7:00 p.m.

Pastor Jeff Beard, MA, MBA

the bags. (This job can be done at home if people pick up bags at the pantry office.) The group also needs help breaking down boxes for recycling. This job should be done weekly preferably on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and/ or Thursdays after packing days. Contact Gloria at 804598-2723.

Graceland Baptist Church SBC Dr. Ronald Wyatt, Jr., Pastor

Praise & Worship 8:30 am Sunday School 9:45 am 2095 Red Lane Road Worship 11:00 am 1/2 mile off Rt. 60 on Red Lane Road Children’s Worship 11:00 am 804-598-2455 Prayer Service - Wednesday 6:30 pm www.redlanebaptist.org 598-3481 Worship Service 9:00 a.m. 975 Dorset Road Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Four miles south of Flat Rock Wed. Night Classes for all ages 6:30-7:30 www.gracelandbc.org Dr. James Taylor, Pastor

OLD POWHATAN BAPTIST CHURCH 3619 Huguenot Trail Powhatan, Virginia 23139 804-403-3070 www.finecreekbaptist.org Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. Traditional Rev. David A. Simpson, Pastor

Brad Russell, Pastor 598-4241 First Worship 8:30 am Bible Study for all ages 9:45 am Second Worship 11:00 am Wed. Family Ministry 6:30 pm

2202 Old Church Road www.powhatanbaptist.org

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A Loving Church that Worships and Serves a Loving God!

www. firstbaptistpowhatan.com (Independent, Fundamental Bible Believing) Travis Keith, Pastor Sunday School - 9:45 am • Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00 am Sunday Evening Service - 6:30 pm • Wednesday Prayer Meeting - 6:30pm • Children & Teen Programs on Sundays 6:30-7:30pm (Sept-May) Contact - 794-7054 2109 Anderson Hwy Across from Food Lion & Wendy's


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members are proud of her and agree she is incredibly deserving of winning the presidential award. “She is passionate about her students, the curriculum, and her instructional practices. She is a role model for the students and her colleagues alike. She is a leader in science education,� Sulzer said. “While this is a very public award for Barbara, what many don’t see are the countless hours that Barbara works to make it all happen. We are happy to have her as a STEM coach sharing her passion and working with our teachers and students.�

A prestigious honor Winners of this presidential honor receive a

$10,000 award from the ing skills that are vital to ence, technology, engineerNational Science Founda- our Nation’s success,� ing, and mathematics skills tion to be used at their dis- Obama said in a release an- that help keep us on the cretion, and are invited to nouncing the winners. “As cutting-edge.� Washington, D.C., from the United States continues While she is looking Sept. 7 to 9 for an awards to lead the way in the inno- forward to the awards cerceremony, as well educa- vation that is shaping our emony, Adcock said the tional and celebratory future, these excellent aspect of the trip that has events and visits with members of the White House administration. Adcock said she will take her husband, Kenny, on the trip, which is all expenses paid by the foundation. Sometime during the few days away, Adcock has been told she and the other recipients will have the opportunity to meet with President Barack Obama, PHOTO BY LAURA MCFARLAND who has made strengthenBarbara Adcock leads the Engineering the ing education in STEM Future Camp during summer 2016 with 23 rising fields a priority during his Powhatan secondto seventh-graders. administration. “The recipients of this award are integral to ensuring our students are teachers are preparing stu- her most excited is who she equipped with critical dents from all corners of will meet there. Many state thinking and problem-solv- the country with the sci- finalists have created an on-

     

 

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line forum where they have been sharing ideas about lessons and activities and talking about what was going on in their classrooms. She said she is thrilled to finally meet some of them in person. “At the same time, not everybody in that forum will be there, and that is a little bittersweet. Some of the ones I talked to a lot will not be there, which makes me realize how lucky I am because they are wonderful educators and they will not be there,� she said. The idea that the educators will have the opportunity to meet with policy makers is wonderful, Adcock said, but added that the fact she heard they will actually listen to the teachers’ ideas makes it even more so. “Whether it changes things, that is something we will have to wait and see. But to talk with them and have them listen to your ideas and you listen to their ideas, I think it will bring a better understanding for me about where education is. It also might give me an opportunity to influence some of the policy makers,� she said. Adcock and the other teachers considered for the state and national award go through a lengthy and detailed application process before they are even considered as a state finalist and therefore eligible for the national recognition. The application process includes submitting multiple forms, letters of recommendation, a written narrative and a recording of a lesson taught by the teacher. Adcock’s video was a

lesson on photosynthesis inspired by one of her students asking how people can know humans give off carbon dioxide and plants give off oxygen, she said. She showed her students that there was an experiment where they blew into straws and the chemical changed color to indicate there was carbon dioxide present. The students then put a water plant in the same chemical and it turned the color to indicate there was oxygen present, she said. The students designed the experiment. After submitting all the materials and learning she was a state finalist, Adcock begun was what she thought was going to be several months of waiting. Instead, it was about two years later when she came home from a meeting at school on Thursday, Aug. 11 to find an email telling her about the national award. Adcock said she was instructed not to tell anyone outside of her immediate family, so she had to wait until the official announcement was made sometime the following week. She and her husband went out that night for a celebratory dinner, but she couldn’t tell any of her coworkers. “I was thinking it has been two years, what it is one more week,� she said with a grin. When the announcement was made on Friday, Aug. 19, she said she was excited to share it with her coworkers, who were thrilled for her. Laura McFarland may be reached at Lmcfarland@powhatantoday. com.

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What kind of activities do you feel help build up the selfesteem of the county’s youth? E-mail answers to editor@powhatantoday.com or submit them online. Visit www.powhatantoday.com to see fellow residents’ responses.

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Tea party builds girls up Excellence in schools bodes well for new year By Laura McFarland News Editor

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ave you ever been talking to someone and it feels like you almost have to decode what they are saying? Growing up, I remember hearing the term “church speak,” usually pertaining to words or phrases people who have been in the church culture awhile have picked up that might not be known to others. It really isn’t limited to a religion. People who grow up in different parts of the country or world can come to a new place and usually quickly start to pick up on the colloquialisms native to that area or culture. The reason church speak is mentioned is solely because of a phrase I was reminded of while covering an event for the Powhatan Today, and only because I happened to learn it in the context of the Christian church. The phrase that came to mind was “speaking life into someone.” The context in which I learned it was about the power we as humans have to encourage and uplift others by speaking words of praise, gratitude, validation, honor and encouragement to them and about them. Those words, as I learned them, are based in the power of God’s love, but, even for nonbelievers, the power of positive words is undeniable. In more than two years of working in Powhatan, I have seen numerous examples of this kind of behavior in individual and group settings. But something about attending the Southern Belle Rocks Foundation’s third annual Tea Party specifically drew the parallel in my mind to that phrase. The event took place on Saturday, Aug. 20, at Belmead on the James, where it also was held the previous two years. I had just left Family Worship Center’s Back-to-School Giveaway on Anderson Highway, where the church put on a great family event and gave 150 children backpacks full of school supplies and a few other surprises. It was a wonderful thing for the church to do for the community yet again, and the fact that they are not the focus of this column is in no way intended to devalue their wonderful contribution. The tea party had 15 girls in attendance ranging in age from 8 to 16, all looking beautiful and on their best behavior. While this was my first time making it out to the event, I thought I had a good handle on what it would be like based on previous discussions with organizers. They had said there

are workshops that teach and uplift the girls; a chance to play dress up with makeup, jewelry and hats; and a brief etiquette lesson before taking tea together. All of that is true. But, as with any event where you attend in person rather than hear a recap later, there also was more to it. There was a session about taking care of their bodies and exploring their feelings and the things that trigger different emotions in them. Another session talked about bullying and the importance of finding an adult they can tell to help make it stop. But it was more than only being on the receiving end of such negative attentions. They also talked about how people can find themselves becoming a bully and the way they can hurt others with words as well as actions. Still another session focused on telling the girls how special they are and the importance of being careful about the people they let influence their lives. At one point, the speaker in this session, Lisa Thompson, showed the girls a beautifully wrapped present and talked about how letting other people influence you negatively, just like unwrapping a gift, changes you in such a way that it is hard to go back to the way you were before you met them. What was really special was when she went around the room stopping in front of each girl, having them say their name, and then telling them that they are a precious gift. So often there are way too many influences in our lives that tell us in what ways we are lacking – physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally. All too often, the sources are people we know and care about. Unfortunately, we all know that if people only have others telling them what is wrong about them and that they are not good enough, eventually they may start to believe it. Powhatan County has so many good people and organizations designed around empowering and encouraging our youth, and they all deserve our gratitude in helping the county’s children learn and develop in positive ways. As with many things that go into this weekly column, the point was simply a reminder for me, and hopefully others, about the power of “speaking life into someone,” and especially our youth, to remind them that they are worthy of love, praise, and positive attention. Because, really, can’t we all use a little more of that in our life? Laura McFarland may be reached at Lmcfarland@powhatantoday.com.

By Dr. Eric Jones Contributing Columnist

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t has been an unusual summer for Powhatan County Public Schools. Powhatan Junior High School has been closed and is in the process of being demolished in anticipation of a new middle school opening on the site in September 2018. This necessitated a reconfiguration of our grade structure, with fifth grade moving down to our elementary schools and grades six to eight moving JONES temporarily to Pocahontas Middle School (with some sixth grade classrooms housed next door at Pocahontas Elementary School). All this movement meant that 262 teachers and staff had to be moved this summer! Unless you have a teacher in your family it is hard to comprehend how much “stuff” teachers accumulate. This includes books, paper, art supplies, resource kits, old lessons, student projects for demonstration, furniture, etc. In the end, all of them were moved successfully. Along with the sounds of jackhammers and moving trucks, the summer was filled with the sounds of students learning new skills. We offered a wonderful summer school and summer camp with record numbers of students taking advantage of everything from sports camps to cosmetology, computer programming, engineering, and math and reading skills reinforcement. As we prepare for the 2016-2017 school year, we appreciate the support of the community, our school board, and the board of supervisors in constructing a new middle school and a Joint Transportation Facility for county and school use. We continue to see student achievement gains. In fact, when accreditation ratings are released in midSeptember, all schools will be fully accredited, by far exceeding state benchmarks for student achievement. We also strive to provide opportunities for every student to experience success in challenging and varied settings. The STEM State of Mind initiative continues to expose every student to STEM activities. Our K-12 computer science offerings allow students to develop their technology language skills. We have expanded Career and Technical Education Offerings to more students at the middle and high school level. Additional sports team and clubs have been started in the last year. Finally, our award-winning music and arts programs continue to set the bar at a very high level. As you can see, Powhatan County Public Schools is positioned well for the future. A teaching and support staff that is second to none provides the children of Powhatan a world-class education, while supplying the community as a whole an economic driver that fosters business development. I hope that every Powhatan student enjoys their last precious days of summer and comes to school on Sept. 6 prepared to have their best school year ever! Dr. Eric Jones is superintendent of Powhatan County Public Schools.

L E T T E R S TO T H E E D I TO R Support of community, sponsors makes event great fundraiser for Free Clinic Dear Editor, Thank you to all the wonderful folks that helped to make the Aug. 19 Village Vibe a success. The Free Clinic of Powhatan was the recipient of the sponsorship of Luck Stone for the Friday evening event. Thank you John and David from Luck Stone, Angie Cabell from the Chamber of Commerce, Kathy O’Grady and Karen Ylimaki, who helped chair the event and to all the wonderful volunteers from the clinic and county who helped make that evening a lively and fun filled event! This could not have occurred without their help. Thank you to all of you that attended and helped support the clinic through donations and purchasing raffle tickets. All the pro-

ceeds from the sale of the tickets go to support the operations of the Free Clinic and for every dollar the clinic receives it can provide $5.60 worth of medical services. The Free Clinic of Powhatan is there for the community, so a big thank you to the community for being there for the clinic! Connie Moslow Executive director, Free Clinic of Powhatan

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lution costing thousands more, if not hundreds of thousands, school administration has to work with county staff and the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors to look at the best way to fund its actions, he said.

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Jones reminded school board members who had attended the high school’s summer graduation ceremony on Aug. 18 how noticeably warm it was in the auditorium. Maintenance staff worked on the problem the entire week before the school board meeting trying to get answers, he added. When one of four circuits in the chiller kept messing up, it was determined there was a leak inside, Wilson said. The problem was pinpointed to a barrel where that damaged circuit met another circuit that also started to malfunction. “We have two circuits that aren’t working, so the bottom line is we’ve got 50 percent of a chiller up there trying to cool,” Wilson said. He said the staff has had to use sprinklers to fool the remaining two circuits into thinking the temperature is cooler than it actually is so they won’t shut down. The classroom areas have rooftop units that are independent of that chiller, and the main office and library area are also cooled by different units, he said. Wilson told the board that the estimate for repairing the chiller was a ballpark number because the person with Daikin who could give an accurate quote was on vacation. The new high school building opened in 2002 and the chiller was installed almost a year earlier, Wilson said. He said it came up in a discussion with Jones that some older schools in the district have functioning chillers that are 20 to 25 years old, so raising the question of why a younger chiller is failing first. “As most of you know, when you bought a refrigerator 20 or 30 years ago, it lasted 20 to 25 years. You buy one today and if you get 10 years out of it you’re lucky. Don’t ask me the reason. That is the way the world operates these days,” Wilson said. Because the barrel that needs to be replaced is handcrafted, replacing it for about $77,500 would take about eight to 10 weeks, if it can be done, Wilson said. In addition to the fact the chiller is 14 years old, Wilson said he is worried the leak caused oil and water to combine and possibly damage compressors in the chiller, which would also be costly to replace. To replace the chiller completely for the quoted price of $257,000 would be about eight weeks since it would have to be manufactured in Staunton, he said. One benefit of a complete replacement would be that the new chiller would run on a better, cheaper refrigerant, Wilson said. R-22, the refrigerant used for the old chiller, costs $625 for a 30-gallon drum, while the same volume in R-134A refrigerant used by the new chillers costs $110. The school put $3,000 worth of freon in it the last time it leaked with the R-22, he said. He also pointed out that the building control system has been upgraded in the chiller to work with the system in place.

Finding a solution Jones said that school staff found out less than 15 minutes before the school board meeting started what the options would be. He had talked with Pat Weiler, county administrator, earlier to let her

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know what was happening and how much they thought it would cost. “Pat Weiler’s response to me was, ‘Get the rental unit; get it fixed. We’ve got schools starting next week; we need to get air-conditioning for these kids,’ which I appreciated greatly,” Jones said. Jones said on Friday, Aug. 26 that the rental unit was installed the day before. He noted that Weiler had let the supervisors know what happened and that this situation is classified as an emergency repair that needs to be fixed. As far as funding sources, Jones said the county has a capital reserve fund that is set aside for issues like this. The school district also has a capital reserve fund, but the way it is currently structured, the money can only be used for bricks and mortar for the new middle school. If they decided to try to go that route, the schools could request an exception from the supervisors. The schools’ capital reserve fund currently has about $268,000 in it with an estimated $500,000 going into the fund from savings from the 2015-2016 budget. The district enrolled 80 more students than projected and budgeted for in 2015-2016 and received additional state funding for those students. That surplus is the primary funding stream for the year-end surplus of budgeted funds, Jones said. “We haven’t ever put things like this in the budget,” Jones said. “That is why we have created this capital reserve fund and are putting our year-end monies into it so we have a fund that is available for these types of purchases.” The district also has at least a few hundred thousand dollars set aside in cash to buy school buses. Using that money and delaying some replacements of older school buses could also be a funding source, Jones said. “I appreciated the county’s response to us in terms of moving forward. It is a very large number and an unanticipated expense, but like Russell said, when something breaks at your house you’ve got to get it fixed and figure out a way to do it, especially if it is something that is going to affect 1,500 kids starting in two weeks,” he told the school board. Valarie Ayers, who represents District 3, noted that the temperature at the summer graduation in the PHS auditorium wasn’t overwhelming, but it also wasn’t comfortable. She said that if the heating or air goes out at her house, she and her husband have it fixed or replaced. That is a cost of about $6,000 for a residential unit benefiting two people, and PHS’ chiller has to cool an exponentially larger amount of space serving many more people, she said. To give the school board an idea of the size of the chiller, Wilson said a home air conditioner weighs about 4 tons, versus this unit, which is 370 tons. “It is huge. It is made to cool that large of an area with 1,000 people in the auditorium,” he said. School board chairman James Kunka, District 2, said he favors installing a new unit because it was likely to operate more efficiently than the older unit and “to put a Band-Aid on something 14 years old, to me, doesn’t sound like the best path forward.” He acknowledged the school staff has to discuss the issue with the county and “come up with a game plan.” Jones said he would keep the school board updated as the staff moved forward on working with the county and Daikin Applied to find the best solution with the resources available. Laura McFarland may be reached at Lmcfarland@powhatantoday.com.

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Questions and Answers Name: Dr. Mike Massa, Principal School: Powhatan High School

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What aspect to the start of a new school year do you most enjoy and why? One of the many attributes to working in public schools, in my opinion, is the opportunity we have to organically grow school culture from year to year through both the arrival of new students, and departure of graduates. The ninth grade orientation has long been my favorite event in starting a new school year. This year Powhatan High School is excited to offer our first true ninth grade orientation. The event will feature activities that are facilitated by our current student ambassadors. We hope that the event will help our ninth-graders feel more comfortable as they begin their journey here at PHS. The excitement and anticipation you feel from the rising freshmen is always palpable and, personally, I feel that this yearly renewal keeps me young at heart. I look forward to meeting the freshmen as we all start this school year off together. We need to make a good impression when meeting the students we serve.

What are some of the hardest things for students when coming back from summer, and what ways would you suggest dealing with them? As a parent of a 6-year-old who has somehow gone to bed an hour later than he should for most of summer, I believe that breaking from a summer routine is difficult for students, teachers and parents. I think that the best thing students can do is to start getting into the routine at least a week before the school starts. If students start waking up on time at least a week before school starts and taking a walk or getting active quickly, this will help their body adjust to the return of their school schedule. If students start eating lunch when they do during the bell schedule that may also mitigate any hun-

ger pains or lethargy in the early hours of the school day upon their return. The body is not all that will need adjusting as the mind, specifically the teenage mind, will also need to begin to reanimate. I would suggest, if students have not already done so, to begin reading as often as possible and perhaps even do some crossword puzzles or trivia to try and get their minds back in shape. I am sure that is exactly what the average teen wants to be doing in the waning nights of summer break. As a new principal, would you describe how you plan to approach your first school year in Powhatan? As the new principal, as with any situation in life, I feel it is important that I continue to be a lifelong learner, and approach most tasks in that capacity. What I have learned thus far, after meeting many staff members and students, is that Powhatan High School is a very special place that I feel very fortunate to serve. I know “special place” can be a cliché when referencing school; however, I have never been around a staff who are so positive or students who are so spirited. The school has been in very good hands, so I hope to listen, learn and build upon the culture of academic excellence. This year we are going to focus on continuing to grow our instruction to insure that our lessons are relevant, engaging, inspiring and focus on deeper learning. Additionally we are going to continue to support one another, and build strong relationships with all students. I take pride in working in a school community that truly cares for one another. As the school year begins we will be working through both staff meetings and class meetings to define mutual expectations that are shared between students and staff.

Name: Jason S. Tibbs, Co-Principal School: Pocahontas Middle School With the change to grade alignments at the schools, what do you see as the biggest challenges facing your school and how do you plan to address them? The biggest challenge facing us this year is the merging of the grades levels with everyone on the same bell schedule. In years past, the sixth-grade students and staff had a six-period schedule that met every day. All students will have a seven-period schedule and will run on the hybrid block schedule used at the junior high school since the 2014-2015 school year. The administrative team has worked hard this summer to create a bell schedule that will work for all grade levels, especially looking at the sixth-grade students who will be going to Pocahontas Elementary for classes.

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How do you plan to approach being a co-principal of a school? Dr. Prince and I met with division leadership early in the summer to plan what the co-principal responsibilities would look like for the upcoming couple of years. We all felt there should be a clear delineation of responsibilities so staff, students and parents knew who to contact. This work continued through the summer with the assistant principals and has been shared with the staff. Dr.

Prince will be working closely with the day-today operations of the middle school. She and I will also be working together as she becomes more familiar with the staff from the junior high and the seventh- and eighth-grade instructional programs. I will be working closely with Dr. Prince to learn the sixth-grade instructional program and get to know the existing faculty and PMS facility. I will also continue working with Career and Technical Education across the division. During the construction phase of the new middle school complex, I will also work closely with the architects, general contractor and Mr. Russell Wilson. For sixth-graders who might be attending classes in the two adjoining schools and their parents, would you describe what plans are being made to handle any potential pitfalls to that situation and address safety concerns? Safety has been at the forefront of our discussions and plans from the beginning. Administration will be sure staff is in place for supervision during all class changes. The logistics of moving from campus to campus will be something that we review at all points of the day throughout the school year.

Name: Constance G. Deal, Principal School: Powhatan Elementary School

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What are your expectations with adding fifth grade to your school this year and how do you plan to handle it? This happens to be the fifth-graders second year being the top grade level at the elementary level. The fifth-graders are already aware of Powhatan Elementary School’s behavioral expectations respect, responsibility, safe and kind. We have high expectations academically and behaviorally for all students, but will expect the fifth graders to be role models for all students K-4. We are excited they will

be with us for another school year. We are looking forward to working with the staff that has transferred from Pocahontas Middle School. Are there any changes or improvements in your school you want to make the public aware of for the coming year? 1.School hours have changed for all elementary schools in Powhatan County – 8:35 a.m. to 3:35 p.m. The tardy bell

rings at 8:50 a.m. Instructional time begins promptly at 8:55 a.m. 2.Afternoon bus riders and parent pick up will be at the same time - 3:35 p.m. It is imperative that students remain for the entire school day from 8:35 a.m. to 3:35 p.m. 3.For families with children entering school for the first time this year, what advice would you give to help them prepare? The staff at Powhatan Elementary School is looking forward to getting to know your family. There will be many school opportunities throughout the year for families to get involved, especially the

PTO activities and many other school functions. We are a team and we work together for what is best for students. What are some of the hardest things for students when coming back from summer, and what ways would you suggest dealing with them? What would be beneficial for students and parents is to create a routine for the family once school begins. Students need to be well rested, eat a good breakfast and be ready to learn every day! Children arriving at school on time enable the teachers to begin their day without interruption.

Name: Thomas Sulzer, Principal School: Pocahontas Elementary School

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What are your expectations with adding fifth grade to your school this year and how do you plan to handle it? I am really excited to have the fifth grade students and staff join our family. I am confident it will be an easy transition for the students because they will just be moving up a grade and don’t know any better. I couldn’t ask for a better group of students to spend an extra year at Pocahontas. This is a really great group of kids with so much potential. I look forward to seeing them grow another year. As for the staff, I am really lucky to be receiving such a positive, dedicated, and student-focused group of teachers. The team has been in the building so many times this summer, and we are happy to have them become part of our school family. What are some of the hardest things for students when coming back from summer, and what ways would you suggest dealing with them? One of the harder challenges we face is the “summer slump.” Many students lose skills over the summer because they don’t use them on a regular basis. We

encourage our students to read, write, and practice math regularly over the summer to stay sharp. Tracey Ingle, English Instructional Specialist, and the elementary reading coaches work collaboratively with the Powhatan County Library to offer reading activities every few weeks over the summer! Additionally, our teachers are always willing to supply the students and their families with activities and ideas on how to keep their skills fresh. Are there any changes or improvements in your school you want to make the public aware of for the coming year? Pocahontas, like all elementary schools, is changing our start time to begin at 8:35 a.m. and ending at 3:35 p.m. This will have an impact on families and will change routines and schedules. We are also changing our dismissal procedures. It is really important that families monitor each school’s homepage so they can keep up with any changes. We will of course also communicate the changes in the homeroom assignment notifications that are sent out via U.S. Mail on Aug. 26.

Name: Tanja Atkins-Nelson, Principal School: Flat Rock Elementary School

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What are your expectations with adding fifth grade to your school this year and how do you plan to handle it? It is my expectation to continue to build a strong, positive learning environment while cultivating fifth grade students to become the leaders of our building. Even at the elementary level, students are afforded opportunities to mentor younger students and engage in leadership experiences. Are there any changes or improvements in your school you want to make the public aware of for the coming year?

In addition to our new school hours being 8:35 a.m. to 3:35 pm, we have received additional technology that includes student desktops, new computers on wheels, and mounted projectors. What aspect to the start of a new school year do you most enjoy and why? I enjoy seeing the bright smiles and big hugs that are exchanged as students greet their new and old friends, teachers, staff and principals. This is how students demonstrate their gratitude for last year’s successes and excitement about the possibilities that the new school year brings.

Name: Dr. Lynn Clayton-Prince, Co-Principal School: Pocahontas Middle School

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How do you plan to approach being a co-principal of a school? Being in a co-principalship is a new experience for me but an experience that I am excited to be a part of at Pocahontas Middle School. We have planned and established responsibilities for our administrative team over the summer and have also worked hard to develop consistencies with our leadership styles. During this process we have honed in on each of our strengthens, which will be a true asset to our school year. Communication and trust will be the key to our coprincipalshi. and knowing that the ultimate goal is a positive relationship with our students and staff. For sixth-graders who might be attending classes in the two adjoining schools and their parents, would you describe what plans are being made to handle any potential pitfalls to that situation and address safety concerns? We have worked very hard over the last year to meet with parents and students to answer questions that they might have about movement between the two schools. As we looked at stu-

dent schedules and their needs we have tried our best to take special situations into consideration for students. We will allow them adequate time to get from class to class until they are familiar with their schedules during the first two weeks of schools. What aspect to the start of a new school year do you most enjoy and why? I enjoy seeing the new challenges of each school year and to hear the summer stories that the students and teachers have to share! This year will be special because students will be returning to us that have been at PMS as fifth- and sixthgraders, so I look forward to seeing how much they have grown. With the change to grade alignments at the schools, what do you see as the biggest challenges facing your school and how do you plan to address them? I think we have conquered the biggest challenge of grade alignment by meeting and planning with teachers over the last year. Merging back into a six to eight concept will allow sixth-grade teachers the opportunity to meet with other teachers in their area to discuss.

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The district committee’s decision had also meant that any actions taken by the local committee between April 5 and July 16 were invalidated, although McSweeney said at the time it would be up to the local committee to decide what that would include. Gannon said that the Powhatan Republican Committee had voted in 63 new members in the months following the mass meeting and that after the district committee meeting, they had to be told they were no longer members and have their membership fees returned. With the state central committee’s decision, she said on Aug. 28 that she planned to send an email with the news and a request that those people come back and join the party again to get ready for the general election in November. “I would like to see everybody come back – not just the new members but the people who were part of the PRC before. It is really important that we all unite on this and be stronger for it,” she said.

Appeal to the state party Gannon said after the district committee meeting that she intended to appeal the decision and worked to get the issue on the state central committee’s agenda. McSweeney said on Aug. 29 that “neither Ms. Gannon nor the party staff bothered to notify us of the appeal. Only when I inquired weeks later (after Ms. Gannon had lobbied the committee heavily) did we learn of it.” Gannon’s appeal of the 7th District’s decision came several hours into the agenda of the state central meeting on Aug. 27 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, Slone said. The state central committee allowed Gannon and McSweeney each 15 minutes to state their cases and then offered 30 minutes for committee members supporting the two sides to comment. Gannon’s appeal was presented by Michael Thomas, who is vice chair of the state central committee but also served as the parliamentarian at Powhatan’s mass meeting, Slone said. Thomas was presiding over the meeting since chair John Whitbeck was not present.

For the portion of the meeting involving Gannon’s appeal, Thomas recused himself to present her case and Wendell Walker, western vice chairman, presided over the meeting. Slone said that McSweeney and Thomas, speaking on Gannon’s behalf, succinctly brought forward the primary issues that were expressed before the 7th Congressional District Republican Committee. The July 16 meeting lasted a few hours to accommodate the varying evidence, whereas the state central committee required both sides to coalesce their arguments down to the essentials. Regarding the state central committee’s decision to overturn the 7th District’s decision, Slone, who is a member of both, said that the state committee is the governing body that is the final authority over all appeals from any level of the party. According to Article 10 of the Republican Party of Virginia’s Plan of Organization, when an appeal is made to the state central committee, its “decision shall be binding.” “As a member of the state central committee and as a member of the Republican Party of Virginia, I fully accept the ruling by the state central committee,” Slone said. “We are all Republicans and we have to accept our rulings as they come from the authority. We are a party of rules and regulations, and we have to follow those. That is truly where I stand.” Slone added that he has known both Gannon and McSweeney for years, respects the work they have done and considers them great people. With the state central committee’s decision, he hopes the matter is settled so the local party can focus on the election. McSweeney said he hasn’t received feedback from the other petitioners in his initial appeal to the 7th District but added there is no plan for further legal challenge. Gannon said she thought the appeal was well done by the state central committee, who asked questions about factual events. “It looked like a lot of people were trying to decide based on facts. It wasn’t based on personality. That was encouraging,” she said. Laura McFarland may be reached at Lmcfarland@powhatantoday.com.

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said. “Whatever happens to the land, whether we are able to purchase it or someone else purchases it, we are really interested in making sure the history and legacy of what happened on that property will be remembered.” Belmead has gone through incarnations as a plantation, home to two schools for black children and, more recently, has been building a reputation for its conservation and preservation efforts. St. Katharine Drexel founded St. Francis de Sales High School for African-American and Native American young ladies, and her sister, Louise Drexel Morrell and Louise’s husband Colonel Edward Morrell, founded St. Emma Military Academy for African American and Native American young men. During their operation from 1895 to 1972, the schools provided excellent educations for nearly 15,000 students. Efforts that touch on all of those areas had been ongoing earlier this spring. The nuns in residence and the FrancisEmma board of directors held a dedication on March 5 for museum exhibits that cover those vastly different periods in the land’s history. Conservation efforts have also been an ongoing project on the property. The religious order’s leadership team informed the FrancisEmma board of directors and the sisters residing at Belmead on April 30 of the sale and dissolved the board the same day. The nonprofit’s website was taken down soon after. The religious order also announced May 3 it will sell its 44-acre Motherhouse property in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, where more than half of the 104 nuns in the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament currently reside.

A fresh start Forming the new nonprofit, Belmead on the James Inc., and getting it organized has been time consuming as the group also has sought 501c3 status, which is still being reviewed, said Joe Elton, the board’s vice president and a retired Virginia State Parks director. The nonprofit was officially incorporated on July 11 and members of its board of directors were chosen at an organizational meeting on July 16, but the group did not announce its presence until last week. Some of the board members formerly were on the FrancisEmma Inc. Board. In addition to Venable and Elton, other officers on the board chosen on July 16 were treasurer Geri Venable, a retired child welfare advocate, and secretary Patricia C. Gunn, an associate professor emerita of law at Ohio University and an alumna of St. Francis de Sales High School. Other directors include Catherine Redfearn, principal in Partners for Place; Ryan J. Heathcock, founder and owner of Once Upon A Time, and Rodney M. Jackson, founder and former president and CEO of The National Center for Black Philanthropy. The board members represent a number of different interests in Belmead, ranging from alumni of St. Francis and St. Emma to Powhatan County residents, community volunteers, Master Naturalists and others wanting to protect the land’s natural and cultural resources, he said. Despite their range of interests, they are united by their belief that there are “good reasons to try to protect it from being acquired and perhaps divided and developed. Then the character and the history would be diminished, if not lost forever.” “The kind of work we would like to see done there is really the same kind of work that had been going on there for the last four or five years. We think that work is important and needs to be continued,” Elton said. The property has a real value to the community, the state and the nation as a whole and there are a number of people who want to see its work continued, Venable said. “If you just look at the activities that were being conducted there over the last 10 to 15 years, I think that the outpouring of support and people participating in those activities showed that it was a real service to the community. I think that’s important,” he said. Regarding community support, Elton said that shortly after the impend-

ing sale was announced and the FrancisEmma board was dissolved, supporters started a petition drive to gauge support for an effort like the one currently underway, Elton said. “In a very short period of time, about 2,500 signed that petition and provided their contact information,” he added. “We will be going out to those folks in the near term and soliciting them in how they would like to be involved in the campaign and how they might be able to help us achieve our goals.” The board has already formed a development committee that is working on fundraising plans for the organization once it becomes a 501c3; a marketing committee that is working on a website and other communications tools that the group will use to share Belmead’s story and the board’s goals, and a committee that will work on a response to a request for proposal (RFP) being prepared about the property, Elton said.

RFP process A big part of how the new board will proceed will depend on the request for proposal (RFP) that is being prepared by Plante Moran Real Estate Investment Advisors, Elton said. The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament retained the company as its exclusive real estate asset investment advisor to manage the sale of both properties using an RFP process. Plante Moran Real Estate Investment Advisors’ RFP will include data on the property and how it relates to the community as well as other due diligence work potential buyers want to know in order to make a sound decision about purchasing a piece of land, Joshua Lanesky, vice president, said. The company should have the RFP finished in September, which could mean it would be ready to be distributed in early October, he said. Unlike a real estate transaction where a price is set, potential buyers bid or make an offer, and the owner goes with the top bid, those interested in being part of the RFP process with Belmead will submit proposals of what they want to do with the property as well as putting in an offer, he said. The sisters will have the final review and vote on the sale during the process, which allows them to find out the value that someone is proposing in line with the use that they are looking to move forward with on the property. “Typically it allows the sisters to get more comfortable with what may or may not happen on the real estate in the future. Part of it is control. The other part is making sure that the land use in the future fits with what the sisters hope to see,” Lanesky said. “There are certain uses that they probably wouldn’t want to see, but they are fairly open at this point.” Within the RFP there will be specific deadlines, tour dates for people who are interested and very clear instructions on how to move forward throughout the process, he said. The request is not issued to the public; it goes to people who have expressed interest directly to Plante Moran, have provided contact information and have signed a confidentiality agreement. “Right now, we are probably hovering around a couple hundred and that number has been growing over time,” Lanesky said of the people and groups who have expressed interest in the RFP process. Even if Belmead on the James Inc. is not chosen as the new buyer, the nonprofit would try to convince the owner of the significance of Belmead’s history and legacy and present opportunities that the owner could, if the he or she chose, to preserve that, Venable said. “We may try to convince the owner to continue the museum. That is one example. We may try to convince the owner to continue some of the educational programs that were being conducted on the property in the last 10 years,” he said. “It is difficult for us to say exactly how that is going to happen because we don’t know who the owner is going to be, but it is our plan to be in the position that we can influence whoever the owner happens to be, if indeed that is not us.” For more information about Belmead on the James Inc., contact Demetrius Venable at demetrius.venable@gmail.com or Joe Elton at joeelton2016@gmail.com or visit www. belmeadonthejames.com. Laura McFarland may be reached at Lmcfarland@powhatantoday.com.


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Blessed Sacrament Huguenot’s Josh Chisholm (7) stiff arms a Covenant defender in the Knights’ season opener at home on Aug. 27. Chisholm found the end zone twice against the Eagles.

Knights drop close one to Covenant 29-20 By Ellis Hopson Contributing Writer

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t the conclusion of one of their final morning practices before the season opener, first year head coach Chuck Robinson gathered his Blessed Sacrament Huguenot Knights and spoke to the team about his “lunch pail” concept. He urged his players to adopt a workman-like mentality – to consistently carry out their duties and assignments on the football field. The Knights showed signs of buying

into their new coach’s philosophy in the season opener, but consistency proved to be a work in progress for the team in the 29-20 loss to Covenant. Blessed Sacrament opened the game with a promising scoring drive, marching down the field mostly on rushing plays by junior quarterback Noah Dowdy and junior running back Dion Butler. The pair led the Knights in rushing on the evening, with Dowdy contributing 60 yards on nine carries and Butler recording 33 yards on eight carries. Senior wide receiver Josh Chisholm reg-

istered the two biggest plays of the drive, including a spectacular one-handed catch of over 20 yards to move the Knights into Covenant territory. A one-yard touchdown pass from Dowdy to Chisholm gave Blessed Sacrament the opening score with 6:05 remaining in the first quarter. Covenant responded with a long drive of its own, consuming most of the remaining time in the quarter. The Eagles’ triple-option attack gave the Blessed Sacrament defense problems from the start, and a seven-yard scoring run put

Covenant on the board. However, a missed extra point kept the Knights ahead, 7-6, at the end of the first quarter. A 13-play Covenant march was halted on 3rd-and-17 when senior Brian Lee and sophomore Jacob Dowdy combined to sack the Eagles’ quarterback. The momentum swung in favor of the Eagles in the third quarter, as a 32-yard rush put Covenant in position for a quick touchdown. A successful two-point conversion made the score 14-7 at the 7:22 mark. A short Covenant drive after a Knights see KNIGHTS page 2B

Burgio scores three in field hockey opening win By Billy Fellin Sports Editor

In every sport in every season, it is important to get off to a good start and see if that momentum can carry you through the year. Powhatan’s field hockey team did their best to set themselves up for success this season after a 5-0 win over Monacan on Aug. 24. “I was extremely impressed with the team’s PHOTO BY BILLY FELLIN effort against Monacan,” Powhatan’s Brie Burgio (front) beats the Monacan keeper in the middle head coach Steph Brooks of a fight for a loose ball during the Indians 5-0 win over the Chiefs on wrote in an email. “They Aug. 24. Burgio scored three goals against Monacan to lead the offensive came out strong from the effort. start and never let up.

Their competitive spirit was exciting to see.” Brie Burgio finished the game with a hat trick and Hannah Adams added two goals of her own. “It wasn’t me, it’s never me, I’m just always there at the right place at the right time,” Burgio said of her performance. “It’s all about that rightmid, Calie (Rehme) did a fantastic job at bringing it down the line and Hannah on the assists. I just put it in.” Rehme was a “catalyst” for at least three of the goals on the night, Brooks wrote. Rehme was credited with three

assists. Throughout the game, Powhatan was in the driver’s seat and able to apply pressure where and when they wanted. The Indians were able to build on a 2-0 lead in the first half and capitalized on opportunities to pad their lead. Burgio scored one of her goals on a scrum in front of the net, where the ball was being tussled among several Indians attackers and the Chiefs defense. The other was off a centering pass and she was able to beat the see INDIANS page 2B

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Blessed Sacrament Huguenot’s Jessi Townsend (near) works on her setting to Kate Hatfield (far) during practice. Townsend and Hatfield are both crucial pieces of the setting game this season for the Knights and passing is a point of emphasis for the entire team this year.

BSH volleyball popularity, skills on the rise By Billy Fellin Sports Editor

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here is one unmistakable observation someone can make when viewing a meeting of the volleyball players at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot. There sure are a lot of them. The numbers are booming for the Knights this season, something that new co-head coach Cat Ringling is very excited about. “We had enough interest in volleyball that we had 30 girls come out,” she said. “So, we’re

going to be able to field three teams. We had some fifth graders come out and play, let those girls learn some skills early on and help build our program.” Another way the program is being built for this year has been the offseason work the Knights have put in. Along with conditioning, some of the Knights expanded their knowledge of the game as well as their skills at a camp at Liberty University. “We had a bunch of girls go to that camp,” Ringling said. “They had a great time and learned a lot of new skill work and teamwork.

We’ve been conditioning all summer with a lot of activity and participation. We feel like we’re in shape.” Blessed Sacrament Huguenot’s varsity team went 8-9 last season, losing three starters from that team. Among those lost was Anna Ransone, the team’s setter. “Kate Hatfield is definitely our setter,” Ringling said. “We had to change our plan for this year. Last year, we ran a 5-1, with Anna Ransone being the setter and she set all the way around. We had five hitters and one setter. That’s a more advanced rotation to teach the

girls. We’re not able to do that this year, so we’re going to run a 4-2, so four hitters and two setters.” Hatfield is a returning junior for the Knights this season, as is Katie Hardman and Amy Bonds at middle hitter. Seniors Beatrice and Abbey Goodwyn along with Jessi Townsend will bring even more experience and leadership to the team. Beatrice will be one of the main hitters this year for the Knights. Co-head coach Mandy Mills said that the team certainly has a different look this season. “We’re taller this year,” she

said. “The girls have worked really hard over the summer and some of them are in new starting positions. We still have Beatrice and Abbey, who are our strong hitters. We just need to get Kate and Jessi ready to set for those big hitters.” Mills said that as long as the passing is solid on the court, everything should work out well for the team. The Knights begin their season at home on Sept. 1 against Central Virginia Homeschool prior to a two-game road trip on Sept. 6 and Sept. 13.

Indians drop scores in match against Louisa By Billy Fellin Sports Editor

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he Powhatan golf team had a consistent week where they saw their scores begin a drop that shows the improvement the team is making as the season marches on. On Aug. 22, the Indians fell 183-192 to Orange at Mill Quarter. Madison Herring and Whit Stephens were the low scores on the day, both shooting 11-over 47s. Nathan Salomonsky posted a 12-over 48 and Parker Massengill had a

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Monacan goalie. Adams took one loose ball coast-to-coast for her second goal of the game as well. Brooks noted that Ellie Lancaster played through illness to control the tempo of the game in the middle of the field and was a part of a few key stops that led to offensive opportunities. “They showed our newcomers how to execute,” she wrote of Burgio, Adams and Lancaster. “It was exactly what I needed them to do. They are doing an excellent job on and off

14-over 50. On Aug. 24, Powhatan once again hosted at Mill Quarter and faced Louisa. The Indians fell 162-179 to the Lions, but saw almost all of the team post lower scores than against Orange. Salomonsky dropped several strokes off his score against the Hornets to lead Powhatan on the day. He shot a 7-over 43, just four strokes behind the low score on Louisa’s team. “Nathan has definitely tightened up his game,” head coach Chris Leech wrote in an email. “Once we knock out the blow-up holes, I see his score drop-

ping and staying there.” Massengill shot an 8over 44, while Herring posted a 9-over 45 and Stephens shot an 11-over 47 for the second time in the week. “We played well, but left some shots out there,” Leech wrote in an email about the match against Louisa. “(It was) still a good bounce back after Orange.” Leech wrote that he is encouraged by the team’s performances, as every match marks improvement. “Every match they are improving, even if their scores aren’t reflecting it,”

the field. I am extremely proud of them.” Defensively, Kylee Maiolo, Katie Corbitt and Michaela Taylor were all solid performers, Brooks noted. Brooks wrote that she was very pleased with the transition of what they team has learned in practice to the gametime situation against Monacan. “It showed that their hard work from the offseason and leading up to this game was worth it,” she wrote. “It also showed that we can compete like we did last season, as we lost four starters. They were able to perform the skills we have been working on in

practice. I think it was a huge confidence boost for our girls.” Losing those four starters was a point of uncertainty coming into the opener against Monacan, especially considering that the team did not have any scrimmages. “I was worried at first,” Burgio said. “We lost a lot of good seniors. You just never know going into it. It’s like being blindsided. I was proud of all of our new freshman.” The Indians host Hanover today at Powhatan in a rematch of the Conference 20 semifinal game last season, a game Powhatan won.

PHOTO BY BILLY FELLIN

Powhatan’s Whit Stephens attemps a long putt on the back-nine at Mill Quarter Golf Course in a match against Louisa on Aug. 24.

he wrote. The short game is something that will be a point of emphasis for the Indians going forward. “The team can definitely tighten up from 100 yard

and in,” Leech wrote. “Ask anyone who plays golf, they will tell you that’s the area where you can see your score go up or down dramatically. That’s going to be our main focus dur-

ing practice for the rest of the season.” Powhatan heads to an away match against Charlottesville on Aug. 31, then will travel to Albemarle on Sept. 8.

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right up the middle for a touchdown, and a two-point conversion gave the Eagles a 29-14 advantage. Another Covenant drive was halted by a timely fumble recovery by junior Wesley Clements and gave the Knights a reprieve. A quick march down the field resulted in a 15-yard touchdown pass from Dowdy to junior Chris Gupton. Dowdy was impressive in the passing game with Blessed Sacrament throwing often as they played from behind, going 11-of17 for 130 yards and three touchdowns. However, a failed twopoint conversion on which Dowdy was stopped at the one-yard line ended the Knights’ hopes for a come-

back. Robinson said that his team “was having trouble working on some of the things that we practiced, which was making sure that we filled the gaps.” On the offensive side of the ball, Robinson noted that “we did those things well, we just weren’t consistent enough, and I think mental mistakes and penalties were the downfall for us tonight.” Robinson pointed out “consistency and attention to detail” as two things the team will focus on improving in the next few weeks. After a bye week, Blessed Sacrament will be back in action on Sept. 9, when they travel to Roanoke to face the North Cross High School Raiders.

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three-and-out resulted in a 12-yard touchdown run, putting the Eagles up 21-7 with 2:02 remaining in the quarter. Needing a quick score to get back in the game as the fourth quarter began, Dowdy found Chisholm on a 10-yard route, which Chisholm took the remaining length of the field for a 46yard touchdown to bring the Knights within one score at 21-14. Chisholm led Blessed Sacrament’s receiving numbers for the game, hauling in five catches for 102 yards and a pair of touchdowns. A quick Covenant drive resulted in a 41-yard run


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PHOTO BY ANJIE HENLEY

Powhatan’s Ross Lewis (23) cuts and weaves his way through the Collegiate defense during the final scrimmage of the season for Powhatan on Aug. 26. Lewis scored a touchdown against the Cougars and was a part of a strong running game from the Indians.

Indians complete pre-season, Midlo up next By Billy Fellin Sports Editor

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here were quite a few different jersey numbers in the backfield for the Powhatan Indians during the final scrimmage of the preseason against Collegiate on Aug. 26. One thing that was common among the different running backs was the success that they were creating against the Cougars’ defense. Throughout the first part of the scripted practice and then through two quarters of live action play with no coaches on the field, the Indians rushing attack was very effective. “We just ran all the way down the field,” head coach Jim Woodson said. Ross Lewis was one run-

ning back that was particularly effective, especially during the two quarters of live action play. Lewis scored the only touchdown of that session for the Indians and had good, hard runs of 15 and 20 yards, at least. His touchdown run was one that showcased his versatility, in both hitting the hole with power, but also having the speed and athleticism to make defenders miss and find the open space. Jeremy Arnold and Tristen Bradley were two other running backs that also made plays against the Collegiate defense. Woodson said that the Cougars were throwing a lot at the offenses and it was all about making adjustments to whatever formation Collegiate was in. “They were physical with us and we got our eyes

opened a little bit,” he said. “They were trying to take away a certain part of our game, but were giving us other stuff. We just had to be patient and take what they were giving us.” Woodson said that some players that normally would have gotten some reps in were held back in preparation for the Midlothian game due to some “bumps and bruises.” While the rushing attack did look up to regular season form, the passing game still needs some work. There were few passes that were completed as the Cougars defenders blanketed the Indians receivers throughout the night. Missed routes and dropped passes didn’t help the cause either. “We’ve got to strengthen our passing game,” Wood-

son said. “Most teams will realize that and adjust and put eight guys in the box to stop the run. So, we have to work on some fine tuning and get more people involved and the key thing is getting open. We’re having a difficult time getting open.” Now that the pre-season is over, the focus shifts to the regular season opener on Sept. 1 on the road against Midlothian. The Trojans are already underway in their regular season, having lost to Douglas Freeman on Aug. 26 by a score of 28-0. The Indians also have a shorter week than normal, playing on a Thursday night instead of the usual Friday in order to distance the game from the Labor Day holiday. This is nothing new for the Indians, however, as last

PHOTO BY ANJIE HENLEY

Powhatan’s passing game, led by Jacob Oglesby (2) needs some more work this week.

season they faced the same scenario. “It’s going to be a short week,” Woodson said. “We’ll have to squeeze it in a little bit and make sure that we get everything covered. We need to fine tune

the special teams and that will be critical because special teams are going to be for real. And, we look pretty bad on special teams, so that’s going to be a high emphasis this week, as will our passing game.”

At a glance: How Powhatan’s Powhatan 4-MILER 2016 schedule shapes up VILLAGE run

hatan powered past the Trojans 43-7 to open the season with a win last year. The Trojans added Jermani Brown, a wide receiver who transferred in from Los Angeles. Brown will be a speedster that will be a tough opening-game test for the Indians.

last season returning for their senior years, and the Indians will need to focus on stopping them,

W. ALBEMARLE (home, Sept. 30): The

Indians found themselves in a shootout with the Warriors last season, accumulating over 600 yards of total offense in the first half alone between the two teams. Western Albemarle HOPEWELL (home, Sept. 9): Quarter- returns eight starters on back Cameren Hill returns defense, but their offense will largely be a new unit. after 19 touchdowns last season and leads a roster LOUISA that has talent and speed (home, Oct. 7): The at the skill positions. It single-wing attack is what was a 37-14 final in favor the Lions’ offense is all of Hopewell last season about. Many of the Louisa against Powhatan. running backs return this season and that’ll be a point GEORGE WYTHE of emphasis for Powhatan (home, Sept. 16): The Bulldogs have a very inex- to stop. perienced defense and will CHARLOTTESVILLE be replacing seven starters. (away, Oct. 14): . Only Powhatan rolled George three starters departed from Wythe last season and it last year’s team, and many should be another lopsided of the players on the roster final this year. this season will play both ways. Powhatan 20-15 last ORANGE year. (home, Sept. 23): Powhatan felli in a 28-21 ALBEMARLE overtime loss to Orange. (home, Oct. 21): AlbeThe Hornets have two marle’s offense graduated 1,000-yard rushers from

its top running back, but the offensive line is still intact. Powhatan has the advantage of playing Albemarle in Powhatan, as the Patriots were 1-5 on the road last season.

FLUVANNA (away, Oct. 28): The Flucos have a group of athletic linebackers that will look to bolster their defense. The Indians rolled Fluvanna 6313 last season and it should be another rout this year.

MONTICELLO: (away, Nov. 4): When Powhatan heads to Monticello, it will be quite a different team than the one that the Indians faced last season. The Mustangs graduated a staggering 23 seniors from their team last season. But, quarterback Kevin Jarrell was one that is nowhere close to leaving. Jarrell, now a sophomore after starting the duration of the schedule last season, had over 1,000 passing and 14 rushing touchdowns, one of which came against the Indians defense in a 28-10 season-ending loss. The Mustangs will once again be a tough one for the Indians this year.

SEPTEMBER 3, 2016 | 8AM

THE POWHATAN VILLAGE RUN was established in 1981 by Phil Blankenship and Hal Hedley as a community road race for all ages and skill levels. Over the years the race has benefited many causes and donated thousands of dollars to charity. However, the primary purpose of the race has not been to make money, but to provide a quality road race in a rural and hospitable setting. We are proud to be one of Central Virginia’s oldest and best road races!

UNIQUE TO THE POWHATAN VILLAGE RUN! Parent and Child Teams: To encourage family fun and fitness, the Village Run has created three Parent/Child Team entry categories. One parent and one child may enter the race as a team at a discounted rate. Awards will be given to the 1st place teams at the elementary (through grade 4), middle (grades 5-6) and junior high levels (grades 7-8). Teams must start and finish together.

Course:

T-Shirts: Prizes: Age Divisions: Registration:

Start and finish will be at the Powhatan YMCA in Fighting Creek Park (2269 Mann Road Powhatan, VA 23139). Miles 1-3 traverse the streets of the Village of Powhatan. Mile 4 runs on the beautiful new Fighting Creek Park Trail before returning to Mann Road just east of the starting line. To all pre-registered runners Top male and female, first Powhatan male and female, top 3 finishers in each age division; parent and child team awards as noted to the left Men and Women: 14 & under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+ Pre-register by mail or at raceit.com. Registration forms available at Powhatan HS, and Powhatan YMCA. Pre-registrations must be received by 9/1. Race day registration begins at 7:00 AM.

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Return completed your entry form and check to: PHS - Village Run 1800 Judes Ferry Road, Powhatan, VA 23139

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MLB Whiparound (Live) UFC Tonight (N) Å UFC UFC The Ultimate Fighter (N) Å TUF Talk Sports Baseball Tonight (Live) MLB Baseball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: Second Round. (N) (Live) NFL Live Å Baseball Tonight (Live) Redskins Dell Int. ››‡ “Kicking It” (2008, Documentary) SportsTalk SportsNet Ravens Redskins SportsNet Redskins Wheel Jeopardy! Goldbergs Goldbergs Mod Fam Blackish Mod Fam The Middle News Jimmy Kimmel Live Nightline News Hollywood Big Brother (In Stereo) Criminal Minds American Gothic Å News Late Show-Colbert Corden Big Bang Big Bang MasterChef “Tag Team; Pop-Up Restaurant” Fox News at Ten Å Mike Two Men Mod Fam Two Men ET Inside Ed. America’s Got Talent America’s Got Talent The Night Shift Å News Tonight Show-J. Fallon Meyers › “The Happening” (2008) Mark Wahlberg. Å Person of Interest Å Person of Interest Å Person of Interest Å How I Met How I Met Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Capitol Hill Hearings: You’re Home With Jill In the Kitchen With David “PM Edition” The Shop Today’s Top Tech PBS NewsHour Å Members’ Choice Charlie Rose (N) Å Between Travel I Miss Downton Abbey!: (In Stereo) Inside Poldark: (In Stereo) Å PBS NewsHour Å PBS NewsHour Å Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Special Report CNN Tonight CNN Tonight CNN Special Report Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word The Last Word Rachel Maddow Show Cleveland Hustles Shark Tank (In Stereo) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Cleveland Hustles (N) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File (N) (Live) Hannity (N) (Live) The O’Reilly Factor The Kelly File ››‡ “The Wolverine” (2013, Action) Hugh Jackman. (In Stereo) Å Tyrant “How to Live” Tyrant “How to Live” Tyrant (In Stereo) Å Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Suits “Borrowed Time” Mr. Robot Å (DVS) Law & Order: SVU Suits “Borrowed Time” Castle “Lucky Stiff” Castle “The Final Nail” Castle (In Stereo) Major Crimes Å Major Crimes Å CSI: NY (In Stereo) Seinfeld Seinfeld Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (N) Å Broke Girl Conan Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Gladiator ››‡ “Now You See Me” (2013) Jesse Eisenberg. ››‡ “Now You See Me” (2013) Jesse Eisenberg. (In Stereo) Gladiator South Park South Park South Park Å South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park Naked and Dual Survival: Untamed Dual Survival (N) Å Naked and Afraid XL Dual Survival Å Naked and Afraid XL Toddlers & Tiaras Å Toddlers & Tiaras Toddlers & Tiaras Å Love at First Kiss Å Toddlers & Tiaras Å Love at First Kiss Å Wild Deep Wild Deep Wild Hawaii: (In Stereo) Wild Brazil: (In Stereo) Å Wild Hawaii: (In Stereo) Wild Brazil: (In Stereo) Thunder Thunder Nicky Nicky Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends Friends Friends Friends Girl Meets Stuck Bunk’d Bunk’d Girl Meets Best Fr. K.C. Liv-Mad. Bunk’d Stuck Girl Meets Best Fr. “Bring It On” ››‡ “Bring It On” (2000) Kirsten Dunst. Cheer Squad (N) Å The 700 Club Å Stevens Stevens Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond King King King King “Who Was-Lady” ››› “Bells Are Ringing” (1960) Judy Holliday. ››› “Ocean’s Eleven” (1960) Frank Sinatra. Å Ada (1961) Last Man Last Man Last Man Last Man The Middle The Middle The Middle The Middle Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Little Women: LA Å Little Women: LA Å Little Women: LA Å Little Women: Atlanta Little Women: Atlanta Little Women: LA Å Property Brothers Å Property Brothers Å Buying and Selling Hunters Hunt Intl Property Brothers Å Buying and Selling Chopped Chopped Chopped Cutthroat Kitchen (N) Cutthroat Kitchen (N) Chopped Martin Martin Fantasia Special: ›‡ “Alex Cross” (2012, Action) Tyler Perry, Matthew Fox. Å Wendy Williams Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Unlocking the Truth (N) 2016 VMAs: ››› “Selena” (1997) Dating Naked Dating Naked (N) ››› “Selena” (1997, Biography) Jennifer Lopez. (In Stereo) Å Steven Universe King of Hill Burgers Burgers Cleveland Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Chicken Squidbill. ›› “The Chronicles of Riddick” (2004) Å Ghost Hunters (N) Å Paranormal Witness Ghost Hunters Å Paranormal Witness “Sherlock-Game” ››› “Men in Black” (1997) Tommy Lee Jones. ›› “Walking Tall” (2004) The Rock. ››› “Men in Black” (1997, Action) Last Man Last Man Last Man Last Man ››› “9 to 5” (1980, Comedy) Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin. Steve Austin’s S. Austin American Pickers Å American Pickers Å American Pickers Å Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn American Pickers Å Be Light Potters John Gray Turning Prince S. Furtick Livg Proof BlessLife John Gray Drive Zacharias Duplantis

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MLB Whiparound (Live) College Football College Football: Kansas State at Stanford. (N) (Live) Å Football College Football College Football: Colorado State vs. Colorado. (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: Third Round. (N) (Live) E:60 Two Points Baseball Tonight (Live) Redskins NFL Preseason Football: Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints. SportsTalk SportsNet Ravens Redskins SportsNet Wheel Jeopardy! Shark Tank (In Stereo) What Would You Do? 20/20 (In Stereo) Å News Jimmy Kimmel Live Nightline News Hollywood NCIS: Los Angeles Hawaii Five-0 Å Blue Bloods (In Stereo) News Late Show-Colbert Corden Big Bang Big Bang MasterChef “Tag Team; Pop-Up Restaurant” News First Spo Mike Two Men Mod Fam Two Men ET Inside Ed. America’s Got Talent “Semi Finals 1” Å Dateline NBC (N) Å News Tonight Show-J. Fallon Meyers Person of Interest Å Person of Interest Å Person of Interest Å Person of Interest Å Person of Interest Å Person of Interest Å Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Capitol Hill Hearings: Facets of Diamonique C. Wonder - Fashion Amy’s Style Guide “C. Wonder/Brad Goreski” Friday Night Beauty Perricone MD PBS NewsHour Å Wash Charlie Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey” Å Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey” Å Journeys Expedition Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Skills: (In Stereo) Cornerstones of Rock: A: PBS NewsHour Å TBA Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 Declassified Declassified Declassified Declassified Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show Adventure Capitalists Adventure Capitalists The Profit The Profit “Dilascia” The Profit “Courage.b” Cleveland Hustles Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File (N) (Live) Hannity (N) (Live) The O’Reilly Factor The Kelly File “Iron Man 3” (2013) ››‡ “Man of Steel” (2013, Action) Henry Cavill. (In Stereo) Å ››‡ “Man of Steel” (2013, Action) Henry Cavill. Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Chrisley Chrisley Bones (In Stereo) Å ››› “Transformers” (2007, Action) Shia LaBeouf. Å (DVS) ›› “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” (2012) Seinfeld Seinfeld ›››‡ “The LEGO Movie” (2014, Comedy) ››› “Shrek 2” (2004) Voices of Mike Myers. Cougar Cougar The First 48 (In Stereo) 60 Days In (In Stereo) 60 Days In: Time Out Behind Bars: Overtime The First 48 (In Stereo) 60 Days In (In Stereo) Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Futurama ››‡ “Just Friends” (2005) Ryan Reynolds. ››‡ “Shallow Hal” (2001) Gwyneth Paltrow. Å Half Hour Half Hour Bering Sea Gold Å Bering Sea Gold Å Bering Sea Gold Å Blue Collar Backers (N) Bering Sea Gold Å Biketacular: (In Stereo) Deadly Women Å Killer Women (In Stereo) Å Women in Prison Å Killer Women (In Stereo) Å Treehouse Masters Treehouse Masters Treehouse Treehouse Masters (N) Treehouse Treehouse Masters Thunder Thunder Nicky Nicky Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends Friends Friends Friends Stuck Elena Bunk’d Girl Meets Stuck Stuck Star-For. Star-For. Lego Stuck Girl Meets Best Fr. ››› “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” (2002) Daniel Radcliffe. Cheer Squad (N) Å The 700 Club Å Wizards Wizards Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond King King King King “Falcon-SanFran” ›››› “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967, Crime Drama) ››› “Downhill Racer” (1969) Robert Redford. “The Gypsy Moths” Last Man Last Man Chesapeake Shores The Middle The Middle The Middle The Middle Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Bring It! Å Bring It! Å Bring It! (N) Å The Rap Game Å The Rap Game Å Bring It! Å Island Island Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å Hunters Hunt Intl Hunters Hunt Intl Love It or List It Å Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners ›‡ “Obsessed” (2009, Suspense) Idris Elba, Beyoncé Knowles. Å Martin Martin Martin Wendy Williams Show Princess 2 2016 MTV Video Music Awards: (In Stereo) › “How High” (2001, Comedy) Method Man. “Pineapple Express” “The Nutty Professor” ›› “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps” (2000) Eddie Murphy. ››› “Coming to America” (1988, Comedy) Eddie Murphy. Steven Universe King of Hill King of Hill Cleveland Amer. Dad Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Burgers Burgers Eric Andre Squidbill. › “Anaconda” (1997) Jennifer Lopez. Å Killjoys (Season Finale) Dark Matter (N) Å Killjoys Å Dark Matter Å ›› “Rocky IV” (1985) Sylvester Stallone. Å Rocky V ››› “Rocky II” (1979) ››› “Rocky III” (1982, Drama) Sylvester Stallone. Å Last Man Last Man ›› “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” (2012) ››‡ “Overboard” (1987, Comedy) Goldie Hawn. Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens (N) Å Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Å Supernat. Potters Trinity H. Lindsey End/ Age P. Stone Praise the Lord Å The Bible: F.K. Price Spirit

SATURDAY AFTERNOON

Rodeo: Days of ’47 Rodeo. Å UFC Tonight Å The Ultimate Fighter (S) Å College Football SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å College GameDay (N) (Live) Å College Football TBA College Football: Georgia Tech vs. Boston College. (N) (Live) SportCtr 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: Third Round. (N) (Live) NFL Preseason Football: Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints. (S) Cavaliers Va. Tech Redskins ACC College Football Good Morning America Good Morning Hanna Ocean Rescue Wildlife Rock-Park Explore College Football CBS6 News CBS This Morning: Saturday (N) (S) Å Battle Lucky Dog Dr. Chris Innovation Inspectors Hidden Live Life Wild Amer. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. LifeLock Cooking Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Today (N) (S) Å News Today: Saturday Trucks Floogals Nina’s Ruff-Ruff, Chica Noodle Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Blue Bloods (S) Å Blue Bloods (S) Å Blue Bloods “Exiles” Blue Bloods (S) Å Washington Journal (S) Washington This Week (S) Perricone MD AM Style With Leah Williams “Perricone” Saturday Morning Q “Perricone” Classic Masterpiece Classic (S) Å Masterpiece Classic Masterpiece Classic (S) Å Masterpiece Classic Classic Tiger Tiger Curious Nature Cat Thomas Builder Tiger Tiger Curious Nature Cat Ready Jet Wild Kratts New Day Saturday (N) New Day Saturday (N) New Day Saturday (N) CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom MSNBC Live (N) MSNBC Live (N) MSNBC Live (N) AM Joy (N) MSNBC Live (N) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. FOX and Friends Saturday (N) Bulls Business Forbes Cashin’ In America’s News HQ Anger Anger Anger Anger Two Men Two Men Two Men Two Men How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Suits “Borrowed Time” Mr. Robot Å (DVS) ›› “He’s Just Not That Into You” (2009) Å Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld ›› “Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat” ›› “The Pacifier” (2005, Comedy) Vin Diesel. LEGO Flipping Vegas (S) Å Flipping Vegas (S) Å Zombie House Flipping Zombie House Flipping Criminal Minds (S) Å Criminal Minds “Coda” Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Fantasy Fantasy Cops (S) Cops (S) Cops (S) Cops (S) Cops (S) Cops (S) Cops (S) Cops (S) Fantasy Fantasy South Park South Park › “Dude, Where’s My Car?” (2000, Comedy) ›› “Nacho Libre” (2006) Jack Black. Å Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Biketacular: (S) Å Fast N’ Loud (S) Å Fast N’ Loud (S) Å Fast N’ Loud (S) Å Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Dr. Jeff: RMV Dr. Jeff: RMV Dr. Jeff: RMV Dr. Jeff: RMV Dr. Jeff: RMV Dr. Jeff: RMV Sponge. Sponge. Regal Ladybug Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Rangers Alvinnn!!! Doc McSt. Sofia Mickey The Lion Lego Jessie (S) Bunk’d (S) Stuck Bizaard Austin K.C. Girl Meets ››› “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” (2001, Fantasy) Daniel Radcliffe. (S) ››› “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” (2002) (S) The Nanny (S) Å The Nanny The Nanny The Nanny The Nanny The Nanny (S) Å The Nanny Reba (S) Reba (S) Reba (S) Bitter Tea ›› “The Corsican Brothers” (1941) Å “Code-Service” ›› “No Holds Barred” (1952) “Stagecoach” (1939) Love Lucy Love Lucy The Middle The Middle Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls “Recipe for Love” (2014) Danielle Panabaker. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. My Crazy Ex Å “Full House Story” Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Flea Mar Guilty Top 5 Brunch at Southern Farmhouse Pioneer Pioneer Trisha’s The Kitchen (N) Valerie’s Smollett Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Payne Payne House of Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne House of Payne ›› “Carrie” (2013, Horror) (S) ›› “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement” (2004) (S) Unlocking the Truth (S) Unlocking the Truth (S) Basketball Wives LA T.I.-Tiny T.I.-Tiny T.I.-Tiny T.I.-Tiny T.I.-Tiny Love & Hip Hop Love & Hip Hop Coming Pokémon Pokémon Gumball Gumball Gumball Gumball Teen Teen Teen Teen Teen Teen Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Twi. Zone Twi. Zone “Zombie Shark” (2015) Cassie Steele. Å “Atomic Shark” (2016, Horror) Å Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman CMT Music (S) CMT Music (S) Hot 20 Countdown “CMT’s Concert of the Summer” (N) Å Cowboys Cheerleaders Alaska Off-Road Warri Alaska Off-Road Warri Alaska Off-Road Warri Alaska Off-Road Warri Alaska Off-Road Warri Ice Road Truckers (S) Veggie Wonder Kids Club Animated RocKids Auto B. Gd Paha. Is. Veggie Monster Hopkins Lassie (EI) Goliath

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FRIDAY EVENING

MLB Whiparound (Live) UFC Unleashed Å Boxing Sports Sports Speak for Yourself College Football College Football: South Carolina at Vanderbilt. (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: Second Round. (N) (Live) NFL Live Å Baseball Tonight (Live) Redskins NFL Preseason Football: Redskins at Buccaneers Redskins Extra (N) SportsNet NFL Football Wheel Jeopardy! BattleBots (Season Finale) (N) (In Stereo) Å Match Game Å News Jimmy Kimmel Live Nightline News Hollywood Big Bang Life in Big Brother (N) Å Code Black (In Stereo) News Late Show-Colbert Corden Big Bang NFL Preseason Football: Redskins at Buccaneers News Rosewood (In Stereo) Bones (In Stereo) (PA) ET Inside Ed. Running Wild American Ninja Warrior (In Stereo) Å (DVS) News Tonight Show-J. Fallon Meyers Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Capitol Hill Hearings: Total Gym Experience Today’s Top Tech Shoe Shopping Today’s Top Tech G.I.L.I. - Got It Love It C. Wonder - Fashion PBS NewsHour Å Magic Moments: The Best of 50s Pop: Å Cornerstones of Rock: A Soundstage Special: Charlie Rose (N) Å Well Read Darley Visions of Italy, Southern Style: Summer, Surf & Beach Music: PBS NewsHour Å Secrets Scotland Yard: Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 ››› “Holy Hell” (2016, Documentary) Premiere. ››› “Holy Hell” (2016, Documentary) Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word The Last Word Rachel Maddow Show Adventure Capitalists Shark Tank (In Stereo) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Ground Zero Rising: American Greed American Greed Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File (N) (Live) Hannity (N) (Live) The O’Reilly Factor The Kelly File ››› “Iron Man 3” (2013, Action) Robert Downey Jr. (In Stereo) Å Sex & Sex & Sex & ›› “The Hangover Part II” (2011) ››‡ “Fast Five” (2011, Action) Vin Diesel, Paul Walker. Å (DVS) Queen of the South (N) Law & Order: SVU Mr. Robot Å (DVS) Castle “Slice of Death” ››‡ “Olympus Has Fallen” (2013, Action) ››‡ “Red 2” (2013, Action) Bruce Willis. Å (DVS) Red (2010) Seinfeld Seinfeld Broke Girl Broke Girl Big Bang Big Bang Broke Girl Broke Girl Conan (N) Å Broke Girl Conan The First 48 (In Stereo) 60 Days In 60 Days In 60 Days In (In Stereo) Behind Bars The First 48 (In Stereo) 60 Days In (In Stereo) ››› “Wedding Crashers” (2005) Owen Wilson. Lip Sync Lip Sync Lip Sync Tracks (N) Tracks (N) ››› “Wedding Crashers” (2005) Futurama Futurama Daniel Tosh: Happy: Jeff Ross-Roast Battle Jeff Ross-Roast Battle Jeff Ross-Roast Battle Jeff Ross-Roast Battle Fast N’ Loud Å Fast N’ Loud Å Fast N’ Loud Å Fast N’ Loud Å Vegas Rat Rods Vegas Rat Rods My 600-Lb. Life “Lupe’s Story” (In Stereo) Å Extreme Weight Loss (In Stereo) Å Extreme Weight Loss (In Stereo) Å North Woods Law Å North Woods Law Å North Woods Rugged Justice (N) North Woods Law Å Rugged Justice Thunder Thunder ››› “Rio” (2011) Voices of Anne Hathaway. Full House Full House Friends Friends Friends Friends Girl Meets Stuck “Zapped” (2014) Zendaya. Å K.C. Liv-Mad. Liv-Mad. Bunk’d Stuck Girl Meets Best Fr. ››› “Dirty Dancing” (1987) Jennifer Grey. Pretty Little Liars Å Cheer Squad (N) Å The 700 Club Å Kim Poss Kim Poss Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond King King King King “Gun Duel in Durango” ›››› “The Lady Eve” (1941) Å ›››› “Sullivan’s Travels” (1941) Joel McCrea. “The Palm Beach Story” (1942) Last Man Last Man Last Man Last Man The Middle The Middle The Middle The Middle Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Grey’s Anatomy Å Grey’s Anatomy Å Grey’s Anatomy Å Grey’s Anatomy Å Grey’s Anatomy Å Grey’s Anatomy Å Flip or Flip or Flip or Flip or Flip or Flip or Hunters Hunt Intl Desert Flip Flip or Flip or Flip or Beat Flay Beat Flay Chopped (Part 2 of 5) Chopped Beat Flay Beat Flay Beat Flay Beat Flay Chopped ›› “Diary of a Mad Black Woman” (2005) Black Awards: One Shot Martin (In Stereo) Å Wendy Williams Show ››‡ “Stomp the Yard” (2007, Drama) Columbus Short. (In Stereo) Wild ’n Out Joking Off Kingin’ Wild ’n Out Wild ’n Out Wild ’n Out Love & Hip Hop RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race (N) Dating Naked “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” Austin P Steven Steven King of Hill Burgers Burgers Cleveland Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Chicken Squidbill. “Lake Placid vs. Anaconda” (2015, Action) Å › “Anaconda” (1997) Jennifer Lopez. Å ›› “Lake Placid” (1999, Horror) Bill Pullman. ››› “The Conjuring” (2013, Horror) Vera Farmiga. Å ››‡ “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” (2007, Adventure) Johnny Depp. Last Man Last Man Last Man Last Man Cowboys Cheerleaders I Love Kel Cowboys Cheerleaders I Love Kel Steve Austin’s Pawn Pawn Mountain Men Å Mountain Men (N) Å Ice Road Truckers (N) Mountain Men Å Mountain Men Å Drive Potters C. Leaf J. Osteen Prince Hillsong Praise the Lord Å Watchman Acts of Trinity

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Street League Skateboarding Å NASCAR Racing Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge NHRA Drag Racing SportsCenter Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Outside Reporters SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å Bassmasters Bassmasters (N) SportsCenter (N) (Live) Outside Reporters 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: Round of 16. (N) (Live) SportsNet SportsNet SportsNet Football Capitals Dell Int. Redskins Va. Tech National Pro Grid League (Taped) (S) Good Morning America Good Morning This Week In Touch First Baptist Church Healthy Fried Food CBS 6 Sunday Morning St. Paul’s Deliver CBS News Sunday Morning (N) (S) Face the Nation (N) (S) Changers Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Faith: Paid Prog. Miracles How- Win Fox News Sunday Attkisson New Life Faith: Redskins Paid Prog. Paid Prog. 12 News Today Today (N) (S) Å 12 News Today Meet the Press Å Victory Hour Trucks Floogals Search Creflo Doll David Paid Prog. In the Heat of Night ›› “Give Me Your Life” (1994, Crime Drama) “In the Heat” Washington Journal (S) News Washington This Week (S) Lock & Lock Storage Sundays With Carolyn & Dan In the Kitchen David Classic Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4” (S) Masterpiece Classic (S) Å Masterpiece Classic (S) Å Sesame Tiger Curious Nature Cat Sid Dinosaur Sesame Tiger Curious Nature Cat Ready Jet Wild Kratts New Day Sunday (N) Inside Politics (N) Å State of the Union (N) Fareed Zakaria GPS Reliable Sources Å State of the Union Hardball Business PoliticsNation (N) MSNBC Live (N) AM Joy (N) MSNBC Live (N) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Fantasy Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. FOX and Friends Sunday (N) (Live) Maria Bartiromo MediaBuzz (N) (Live) America’s News HQ › “The Sitter” (2011, Comedy) Jonah Hill. (S) Mike Mike ›› “The Heat” (2013, Comedy) Sandra Bullock. (S) Å Paid Prog. Jeremiah In Touch J. Osteen Chrisley Chrisley Queen of the South Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Law & Order (S) Seinfeld Friends (S) Friends (S) Friends (S) Friends (S) ›› “Kindergarten Cop” (1990) Arnold Schwarzenegger. ››› “Shrek 2” (2004) Criminal Minds (S) Criminal Minds (S) Å Criminal Minds “Coda” Criminal Minds (S) Criminal Minds (S) Criminal Minds (S) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Fantasy Fantasy Xtreme Off Engine Truck Detroit Bar Rescue (S) Bar Rescue (S) Fantasy Fantasy Comedy Ways Die Ways Die Ways Die Ways Die Ways Die Ways Die Ways Die South Park South Park Paid Prog. Amazing J. Osteen In Touch Fast N’ Loud (S) Å Fast N’ Loud (S) Å Fast N’ Loud (S) Å Fast N’ Loud (S) Å Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes The Crocodile Hunter The Crocodile Hunter The Crocodile Hunter The Crocodile Hunter The Crocodile Hunter The Crocodile Hunter Sponge. Sponge. Rangers Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Turtles Loud “Garfield: The Movie” Doc McSt. Sofia Mickey The Lion Elena Jessie (S) K.C. Liv-Mad. Stuck Walk the Walk the Liv-Mad. Young ››› “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” (2004) Daniel Radcliffe. ››› “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” (2005, Fantasy) Old Christine Chris Chris Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls ›››› “The Enchanted Cottage” (1945) Å ››› “Grey Gardens” (1975, Documentary) Dracula ››› “Maytime” (1937, Musical) Love Lucy Love Lucy The Middle The Middle Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls “Dater’s Handbook” (2016) Kristoffer Polaha. In Touch Amazing Jeremiah J. Osteen Paid Prog. To Be Announced Fixer Upper Å Fixer Upper Å Fixer Upper Å Fixer Upper Å Fixer Upper Å Fixer Upper Å Contessa Contessa In Italy Trisha’s Pioneer Guy’s, Bite Tyler Flor P. Heaton Pioneer Trisha’s In Italy Brunch at Derek Paid Prog. Paid Prog. P. Chris Lift Voice Lift Every Voice Black Awards: Payne Payne Payne Catfish 2016 MTV Video Music Awards: (S) ››› “8 Mile” (2002, Drama) Eminem, Kim Basinger. (S) Å Catfish Shaunie’s The Jacksons: An American Dream: (S) Å Hit Powerpuff Powerpuff Gumball Gumball Gumball Gumball Teen Teen Teen Teen Teen Teen Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Twi. Zone Twi. Zone “Shark Assault” (2012) Patrick Bergin. Å “3-Headed Shark Attack” (2015) Danny Trejo. ››› “Troy” (2004, Adventure) Brad Pitt, Eric Bana. Å ›››› “Alien” (1979, Science Fiction) Tom Skerritt. Å ›››› “Aliens” (1986) CMT Music (S) CMT Music (S) Hot 20 Countdown “CMT’s Concert of the Summer” Å Aldean: Modern Marvels (S) WW2 From Space: (S) Å The World Wars: (S) (Part 1 of 3) Å The World Wars: Å By Faith Dr. Tony Passion Touching Franklin Turning Walk Win Walk Prince Carpenter Jesse In Touch

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UFC Unleashed Å UFC UFC UFC Countdown Å The Ultimate Fighter (In Stereo) Å NASCAR Racing Baseball Tonight MLB Baseball: Washington Nationals at New York Mets. (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å SportCtr 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: Round of 16. (N) (Live) ESPN FC (N) 30 for 30 Å World Team Tennis: Orange County Breakers vs. San Diego Aviators. SportsNet SportsNet Shogun Fights (N) SportsNet Wizards ABC Fall: College Football: Notre Dame at Texas. (N) (Live) News Scandal (In Stereo) Blue Blood 60 Minutes (In Stereo) Big Brother (In Stereo) Madam Secretary Å BrainDead (In Stereo) News Person of Interest Å Extra Å Simpsons Burgers Simpsons Brooklyn Fam. Guy Last Man News Big Bang ROH Wrestling Big Bang Mod Fam NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup Series: Bojangles’ Southern 500. (N) (In Stereo Live) Å News Inside Ed. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. ››› “The Last Samurai” (2003, Adventure) Tom Cruise. Å ›››‡ “Die Hard” (1988, Action) Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman. Å Washington This Week Q & A (In Stereo) Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Q & A (In Stereo) Capitol Hill Hearings: Lock & Lock Storage Susan Graver Style “Weekend Edition” Kitchen Unlimited With Carolyn Today’s Top Tech Masterpiece Classic (In Stereo) Masterpiece Classic (In Stereo) Masterpiece Classic (In Stereo) Masterpiece Classic Classic Visions: Currents Magic Moments: The Best of 50s Pop: Å Visions of Italy, Southern Style: Currents Secrets-Manor: The Hunt The Hunt The Hunt Declassified Declassified The Hunt Caught on Camera Dateline Extra Dateline Extra Dateline Extra Dateline Extra Lockup: Wabash Ground Zero Rising: Shark Tank (In Stereo) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Adventure Capitalists Fox Report (N) Legends & Lies: Pats Justice With Jeanine Fox News Sunday Legends & Lies: Pats Justice With Jeanine Transform ››‡ “Thor: The Dark World” (2013) Chris Hemsworth. Å The Strain (In Stereo) The Strain (In Stereo) The Strain (In Stereo) Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Motive “In Plain Sight” Law & Order: SVU ››› “Pacific Rim” (2013) Charlie Hunnam. The Last Ship (N) Å Murder in the First (N) The Last Ship Å Murder in the First “The Muppets” (2011) ››› “Muppets Most Wanted” (2014, Comedy) ››› “Muppets Most Wanted” (2014) Ricky Gervais. (DVS) Oz the Grt Intervention “Sarah” Hoarders: Then & Now Hoarders: Then & Now Escaping Polygamy (N) The First 48 (In Stereo) Hoarders: Then & Now Bar Rescue (In Stereo) Bar Rescue (In Stereo) Bar Rescue (In Stereo) Bar Rescue “Bug Bite” Bar Rescue (In Stereo) Bar Rescue (In Stereo) South Park South Park Å South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park ›‡ “Big Daddy” (1999, Comedy) Adam Sandler. Fast N’ Loud Å Fast N’ Loud Å Fast N’ Loud Å Fast N’ Loud Å Biketacular: (In Stereo) Fast N’ Loud Å Gypsy Wedding Gypsy Wedding My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding (N) Å My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding Å North America Å North America Å Yellowstone: Battle for Life: (In Stereo) Å North America Å Yellowstone: Battle: Thunder Thunder Nicky Nicky Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends (In Stereo) Å Friends Friends Liv-Mad. Walk the K.C. Bizaard “Adventures in Babysitting” (2016) Girl Meets Liv-Mad. Best Fr. Austin Jessie “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” ›››‡ “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” (2011, Fantasy) J. Osteen Jeremiah Reba Å Reba Å Reba Å Reba Å Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond King King King King “Ball of Fire” (1941) ›››‡ “People Will Talk” (1951) Cary Grant. ››› “Home in Indiana” (1944) Walter Brennan. “Show People” (1928) “Tulips in Spring” (2016) Fiona Gubelmann. Chesapeake Shores Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls “The Perfect Girlfriend” (2015) Adrienne Frantz. “Backstabbed” (2016, Suspense) Josie Davis. “The Perfect Girlfriend” (2015) Adrienne Frantz. Hunters Hunters Beach Beach Mexico Mexico Island Island Hunters Hunt Intl Mexico Mexico Guy’s Grocery Games Guy’s Grocery Games Food Truck Race Cooks vs. Cons (N) Cooks vs. Cons Food Truck Race “Only for One Night” (2016) Brian White. ›› “Diary of a Mad Black Woman” (2005) Kimberly Elise, Steve Harris. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show ››› “8 Mile” (2002, Drama) Eminem. (In Stereo) Å ›› “Project X” (2012, Comedy) “Space Jam” (1996) Basketball Wives LA Basketball Wives LA Basketball Wives LA Basketball Wives LA Love & Hip Hop Steven Universe King of Hill Cleveland Cleveland Amer. Dad Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Rick Squidbill. Rick Mike Ty. ›‡ “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” (2015, Horror) ›‡ “Sharknado: The 4th Awakens” (2016) Å ›‡ “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” (2015, Horror) “Alien Resurrection” Fear the Walking Dead Fear the Walking Dead Talking Dead (N) Å Fear the Walking Dead Geeking Walking ››› “Mrs. Doubtfire” (1993) Robin Williams. I Love Kel Cowboys Cheerleaders Jason Aldean & Friends: Cops Rel. Cops Rel. American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers Ozzy & Jack’s American Pickers American Pickers Lead Way BlessLife J. Osteen K. Shook Copeland Creflo Doll “Mother Teresa” (2003) Olivia Hussey. C. Leaf One

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MLB Whiparound (Live) UFC Countdown Å UFC UFC World Poker Sports Sports Speak for Yourself College Football College Football: Mississippi vs. Florida State. (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: Round of 16. (N) (Live) Champs E:60 Baseball Tonight (Live) Cousins Dell Int. Hokie Playback (In Stereo) SportsTalk SportsNet Redskins SportsTalk SportsNet Game 365 Wheel Jeopardy! Bachelor in Paradise (N) (In Stereo) Å Mistresses (In Stereo) News Jimmy Kimmel Live Nightline News Hollywood Big Bang Broke Girl Big Bang Odd Cple Scorpion (In Stereo) News Late Show-Colbert Corden Big Bang Big Bang So You Think You Can Dance (In Stereo Live) Fox News at Ten Å Mike Two Men Mod Fam Two Men ET Inside Ed. American Ninja Warrior (In Stereo) Å (DVS) Running Wild News Tonight Show-J. Fallon Meyers Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Capitol Hill Hearings: Isaac Mizrahi Live! Today’s Top Tech PM Style With Shawn Killinger (N) Today’s Top Tech Mally: Color Cosmetics Masterpiece Classic (In Stereo) Å (DVS) Masterpiece Classic (In Stereo) Å (DVS) Secrets At Highclere Charlie Rose (N) Å Chesapeake-Air: Flying Boom The Amish: American The Amish: American PBS NewsHour Å Antiques Roadshow CNN Special Report Unfinished Business: Hillary Clinton: All Business: The Essential Donald Trump: (N) Unfinished Business: Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word Hardball Matthews Rachel Maddow Show Shark Tank (In Stereo) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Shark Tank (In Stereo) Adventure Capitalists Adventure Capitalists Adventure Capitalists Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File (N) Hannity The O’Reilly Factor The Kelly File “Thor-Dark Wrld” ››› “Captain America: The First Avenger” (2011, Action) ›› “Green Lantern” (2011, Action) Ryan Reynolds. Å Chrisley Chrisley WWE Monday Night RAW (N) (In Stereo Live) Å Queen of the South CSI: Crime Scene Rizzoli & Isles Rizzoli & Isles Rizzoli & Isles (N) Major Crimes (N) Å Rizzoli & Isles Law & Order Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Full Conan Å Broke Girl Conan The First 48 (In Stereo) To Be Announced TBA First 48 To Be Announced Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Vegas Jail Å “Joe Dirt: Loser” ›› “Tommy Boy” (1995, Comedy) Chris Farley. The Comedy Central Roast (N) Å The Comedy Central Roast Å Fast N’ Loud Å Fast N’ Loud (N) Å Harley and the Davidsons: (N) Å Harley and the Davidsons: Å Too Close to Home Too Close to Home Too Close to Home (N) Too Close to Home Too Close to Home Too Close to Home Yukon Men (In Stereo) Yukon Men (In Stereo) Yukon Men “Logjam” Yukon Men (In Stereo) Lone Star Law Å Yukon Men “Logjam” Henry Thunder Nicky Crashletes Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends Friends Friends Friends Bizaard Stuck K.C. Undercover Å Girl Meets Best Fr. Stuck Girl Meets Bizaard K.C. Girl Meets Best Fr. “Harry Potter Deathly Hallows” “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian” (2009) The 700 Club Å Hannah Hannah Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Raymond The Comedy Central Roast (N) Å Impastor King King “The Angel Wore Red” ›››› “Intolerance” (1916, Drama) Lillian Gish, Robert Harron. ›››› “Citizen Kane” (1941) Last Man Last Man Last Man Last Man The Middle The Middle The Middle The Middle Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls “Stalked by Doc” “Stalked by My Doctor: The Return” (2016) “Stalked by My Neighbor” (2015, Suspense) “Stalked: Return” Fixer Upper Å Luxury Luxury Tiny Tiny Hunters Hunt Intl Tiny Tiny Tiny Tiny Kids BBQ Food Star Kids Cake Wars “Garfield” Chopped Chopped Cake Wars “Garfield” “Diary of Mad” ››› “Coach Carter” (2005, Drama) Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Ri’chard. ›› “Madea’s Witness Protection” (2012) MTV Special (In Stereo) Teen Mom OG (N) Å Mary-Jane Nicole Mary-Jane Nicole “The Proposal” (2009) Love & Hip Hop Love & Hip Hop Hit the Floor (In Stereo) Love & Hip Hop Hit the Floor (In Stereo) Love & Hip Hop We Bare Gumball King of Hill Cleveland Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Burgers Burgers Chicken Squidbill. Z Nation Å Z Nation Å Z Nation “Rozwell” Z Nation Å Z Nation Å Z Nation Å Back III ›››‡ “Back to the Future” (1985, Comedy) Michael J. Fox. ››› “Back to the Future Part II” (1989) Michael J. Fox. Å Back III Last Man Last Man Last Man Last Man ›› “The Dilemma” (2011) Vince Vaughn. Å Steve Austin’s Steve Austin’s 9/11: The Days After: Miracle/Stair.: 15 Septembers Later: (N) (In Stereo) Å Grounded on 9/11: Miracle/Stair.: Rodriguez Potters C. Leaf GregLau Franklin Duplantis Praise the Lord Å Graham J. Osteen P. Stone

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Sale shall take place on September 19, 2016, at 11:00 a.m. at the front entrance of the Circuit Court building, Powhatan County, Virginia. Sale shall be subject to all matters of record lawfully affecting the title to the property. The property will be sold "as is" without any guaranty or representation as to condition or title and will be subject to such other terms and conditions as may be announced at the sale. The successful bidder may be required to deposit 10% of the sale price in cash or by cashiers or certified check at the time his bid is accepted. Settlement in full shall take place within 10 days of sale and shall be in cash or by cashiers or certified check. M. RICHARD EPPS, P.C., Substitute Trustee

A solar renewable energy project is proposed to be located in Powhatan County Virginia, on a 210 acre portion of a 720 acre parcel, on land surrounded by Old Buckingham Rd to the north and west, Pierce Road to the south and Mill Quarter to the east. The solar project conceptually consists of 88,209 x 320-watt panels plus 10 x 2.2-megawatt inverters which will provide a maximum 20 MWs of nameplate capacity. The project’s Conditional Use Permit was approved by the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors on August 22nd 2016, following a positive recommendation by the Powhatan County Planning Commission. The proposed project is now proceeding through the Virginia Permit by Rule Process. The project design was based upon various engineering and environmental studies performed at the site over the last year. The project design will be in accordance with federal, state and local standard. Virginia Solar LLC, the developer of the project, welcomes the opportunity to discuss the project with interested parties and address their questions or concerns. This particular public participation is offered for the following purpose: (i) acquaint the public with the technical aspects of the proposed project and how the standards and the requirements of chapter 9VAC15-60 “Small Renewable Energy Projects (Solar) Permit By Rule” will be met, (ii) identify any issues of concern, (iii) facilitate communication, and (iv) establish a dialogue between Virginia Solar LLC and persons who may be affected by the project. A 30-day comment period, in accordance with 9VAC15-60-90 C will be held commencing September 8th 2016, ending October 7th, 2016. Any interested parties may contact the applicant to ask questions or provide comments as follows:

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: M. Richard Epps, P.C., Substitute Trustee 605 Lynnhaven Parkway, Suite 100 Virginia Beach, VA 23452 757-498-9600

Scott-II Solar LLC / Virginia Solar LLC Attn: Matthew Meares 106 Woodhall Dr. Suite 200 Richmond, VA 23229 Matthew.meares@vasolarllc.com Phone: 919 807 1873

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A public meeting will be held, in accordance with 9VAC15-60-90, at Powhatan Village Building 3910 Old Buckingham Rd Suite B, Powhatan, VA 23139 on September 28th from 6:30 until 8pm.

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Copies of the documentation to be submitted to the Department of Environmental Quality in support of the permit by rule application will be available for inspection in the Planning Department of the Powhatan County Administration Building, Department of Community Development, 3834 Old Buckingham Road, Suite F Powhatan, VA 23139 commencing September 8th, 2016, ending October 7th, 2016. LEGAL DISPLAY ADS

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING POWHATAN COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given, pursuant to § 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia, that the Planning Commission of Powhatan County will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, September 6, 2016, at 7:00 PM in the Powhatan County Village Building Auditorium, 3910 Old Buckingham Road, to consider the following request: 16-05-REZC: Norwood Creek (Subletts/Manakin/Flat Rock Electoral District) requests the amendment of the proffer statement for the Norwood Creek Subdivision (Case #04-11-REZC) by reducing the cash proffer from $3,530 to $1,880.00 per dwelling unit. 16-07-REZC: Goodwyn Road (Bethesda/Lees Landing Electoral District) requests the rezoning of approximately 0.25 acre of land from I-1, Light Industrial to R-2, Residential. The 2010 Long-Range Comprehensive Plan designates the subject property as Rural Residential on the Land Use Plan Map. The subject property is located at 3600 Goodwyn Road. Reference to Tax Map Parcel 27-28. 16-09-REZC: Branchway Springs, Portions of Section C & D (Bethesda/Lees Landing Electoral District) requests the amendment of the proffer statement for the Branchway Springs Subdivision (Case #05-10-REZC) by reducing the cash proffer from $6,395 to $1,880.00 per dwelling unit. 16-10-REZC: Branchway Springs, Portions of Section D & C (Bethesda/Lees Landing Electoral District) requests the amendment of the proffer statement for the Branchway Springs Subdivision (Case #04-06-REZC) by reducing the cash proffer from $3,530 to $1,880.00 per dwelling unit. 16-03-AZ: The County of Powhatan requests the amendment and reenactment of Section 83-122(d)(3), Application Fees, of Article II, Administration, of the Zoning Ordinance of the County of Powhatan. 16-04-AZ: The County of Powhatan requests the amendment and reenactment of Section 83-231, Permitted Uses, and Section 83-232, Conditional Uses, in the Village Center (VC) District, of Article IV, Village Growth Area Districts, of the Zoning Ordinance of the County of Powhatan to allow Fire and EMS Stations and medical treatment facilities as permitted uses. 16-05-AZ: The County of Powhatan requests the amendment and reenactment of Section 83-241, Permitted Uses, and Section 83-242, Conditional Uses, in the Commerce Center (CC) District, of Article IV, Village Growth Area Districts, of the Zoning Ordinance of the County of Powhatan to allow conference centers and Fire and EMS stations as permitted uses. 16-06-AZ: The County of Powhatan requests the amendment and reenactment of Section 83-352, Conditional Uses, in the Residential-Utility (R-U) District, of Article V, Transition Base Districts, of the Zoning Ordinance of the County of Powhatan to allow conference centers and hotels as conditional uses. 16-07-AZ: The County of Powhatan requests the amendment and reenactment of Section 83-362, Conditional Uses, in the Residential-Commercial (R-C) District, of Article V, Transition Base Districts, of the Zoning Ordinance of the County of Powhatan to allow manufacturing, assembly, or fabrication, light as a conditional use.

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3281 Maidens Road Powhatan, VA 23139 2 bedrooms, 2 baths $750/month 785 Clayville Road Powhatan, VA 23139 2 bedrooms, 1 bath $995/month 3144 Kemp Trail Powhatan, VA 23139 1 bedroom, 1 bath $695/month 4531 Bell Road Powhatan, VA 23139 1 bedroom, 1 bath $700/month 3537 Maidens Road Powhatan, VA 23139 1 bedroom/1 bath $795/month OFFERING COMPLETE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES –

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In execution of a Deed of Trust dated February 12, 2004, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Powhatan County, in Deed Book 553 at page 702, the undersigned will offer for sale at public auction the property described in and conveyed by said Deed of Trust, being known and designated as: ALL that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with all improvements thereon and appurtenances thereto belonging, lying and being in the County of Powhatan, Virginia, all as shown on the plat by Raleigh E. Phelps, Certified Land Survey, dated July 25, 1983, and titled "Survey and Map of 2.30 Acres of Land on Route No. 617 in Powhatan County, Virginia" (2.30 Acres of Land previously erroneously omitted in Deed Book 553 at page 702), to which plat reference is hereby made for a more particular description of the property hereby conveyed.

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